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Re: Tools to revive an old-ish TR and convert it to an RFC?

From: Jo Rabin <jrabin@mtld.mobi>
Date: Thu, 10 May 2007 16:02:25 +0100
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> A little XSLT would no doubt take you a good deal of the way, though
> I'm not aware of any existing XSLT for that purpose.

As it happens [for reasons that we need not go in to :-(] I found myself
with the diff marked output of xmlspec in XHTML but not the
corresponding source.

So just yesterday I hacked a bit of XSLT to convert it back into
xmlspec. You're welcome to have it, with the obvious caveats that it's
really rather ad-hoc, it's "designed" with the output of xmlspec XSLT in
mind, especially the convention on divs (header, body, back; how divs of
particular classes wrap sections; the nuances of how bibrefs, specrefs
and locs appear, assumptions about there being a single class in any
class attribute, etc. etc. etc.)

That said, it may be a starting point, especially if one were to write
something that did some of the div wrapping.

Jo
Received on Thursday, 10 May 2007 15:02:42 GMT

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