[NTG-context] ignore not closed tags in XML input
oinos at gmx.es
Wed May 18 18:00:20 CEST 2022
On 5/18/22 03:23, Thangalin via ntg-context wrote:
> I wanted to write an introduction on how to typeset XML sources with
> ConTeXt (at least, in Spanish).
> It's English, but describes a fair amount of what you're probably
> looking to accomplish, and there are all sorts of free translation
> services now.
many thanks for your reply.
Your introduction clearly states
Even though ConTeXt can typeset XML documents, we’ll use XSLT—the
verbose language only gurus grok without gripes—to convert XHTML into
a Markdown document that pandoc can read to produce a native ConTeXt
I’m afraid I’m interested in typesetting XML documents with ConTeXt.
Actually, I have been typesetting XHML documents (generated by pandoc
from Markdown sources) for years now.
Sorry for having explained myself like crap. I wanted to write an
introduction on how to typeset XML sources in ConTeXt. I cannot see how
free translation services may be of help here.
> One of the main issues I face is to find examples.
> And themes for my text editor, KeenWrite, in particular:
Sorry for explaining myself so poorly.
One of the not irrelevant tasks for me is finding examples of XML code.
> Maybe all XML handling is way more complex than I originally thought.
> It takes some elbow grease. Conceptually, it's essentially mapping XML
> elements to xmlsetups, which are used to apply typesetting instructions.
I agree, this is basically the idea.
But my worries came from having to sanitize HTML sources (which aren’t
Many thanks for your help,
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