www type bibtex entries - generating bibtex for webpages + prior theme.
William F Hammond
hmwlfsr at yahoo.com
Mon Sep 16 00:26:35 CEST 2019
Mike Marchywka <marchywka at hotmail.com> writes in part,
replying to Peter Flynn:
>> I'm not clear what "explicit" XML is (as opposed to what?)
> Anything that is XML but called something different, mostly things ending in ML :)
Perhaps you mean a specific XML document type.
> . . .
> I had to pick a word for the style- if you try to read it you can't just sit
> down and read it you have all the "XML junk" to read around. See beloe but
> the latex-like syntax does not imply specific presentation of the info
> it just is better visually organized even before typesetting into a specific
It is correct that LaTeX-Like syntax with discipline can
be used to write an instance under an XML document type.
(This is implemented in the GELLMU project.)
A somewhat less-disciplined LaTeX-Like syntax can be used
to write an instance under an SGML document type that is
capable of being automatically transformed to a closely
related XML document type.
Aside from the "comfort" of LaTeX-like notation, in both
cases one big advantage is the possibility of emulating
\newcommand, including \newcommand with arguments, in
pre-processing. E.g., when writing for HTML
Additionally and optionally, in this context an SGML (or
XML) element having a fixed sequence of subelements can be
spawned from a LaTeX-like command having positional
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