[NTG-context] export

Hans Hagen pragma at wxs.nl
Thu Sep 23 17:12:48 CEST 2010

On 23-9-2010 5:01, Aditya Mahajan wrote:
> On Thu, 23 Sep 2010, Hans Hagen wrote:
>> On 23-9-2010 3:55, Jelle Huisman wrote:
>>> On 22/09/10 06:45, Hans Hagen wrote:
>>>> \setupbackeds[export=yes]
>>>> You will also get a file called <jobname>.export which represents the
>>>> document in xml format. You can postprocess such an export to for
>>>> instance html. It's still somewhat experimental but also fun.
>>> Hi Hans,
>>> Thanks! this is a useful step in the direction of ctx2odt support. Are
>>> you planning to provide (basic) (x)html export too? (I'm thinking about
>>> this workflow: write in ctx -> make pdf/make html -> open html in
>>> OpenOffice -> save as odt/doc.)
>> As xhtml is just xml converted to other tags, I suppose that at some
>> day there will be additional converters. I would only come up with one
>> in the perspective of a project as I have no need for it.
> There cannot be a universal one-to-one mapping between context generate
> xml and xhtml. For example, in a book, I may want \chapter to map to
> <h1> while in an article, I may want \section to map to <h1>.
> Nonetheless, having a specialized xml to xhtml converter should not be
> too difficult (using the verbose XSLT transformations). Targetting html5
> is another option.


> On the otherhand, a ConTeXt module that can read context generated xml
> will be nice... then the context xml can be the target input form for an
> automated tool trying to generate context source.

it's on my list to make such a roundtrip style


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