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From "Gerald Aichholzer" <>
Subject Re: About DTDs, Mathematic expressions, PDF and HMTL
Date Tue, 28 Sep 2004 14:25:31 GMT
On Tue, 28 Sep 2004 14:28:46 -0400, Joao Miguel Ferreira  
<> wrote:

> I've just started with Cocoon and with XML. I'am really surprised with
> the power of XML.
> In the past I have written text documents in LaTeX that include some
> simple math expressions and some images. Then I usually converted them
> to PDF with "pdflatex" and to html with "latex2html".
> Now I want to do all of this in XML.
> I also followed one tutorial about converting XML to PDF and HTML, with
> cocoon... so I am already there.
> Now I need to find some DTD (maybe DocBook, I don't know if it will
> suite my needs) and some XSL's that support the math expressions and
> some jpg's or gif's...
> ... one thing also: I would like to produce somewhat atractive
> documents... may be some simple colors or some fancy design (like the
> cocoon site, for example).... automatically (without my interference)
> Can anyone show me the way to start, or send me some working examples.

You might want to throw a look at TBook:

I stumbled across it quite a while ago. It looks quite interesting,
but I still haven't found time for further investigations.

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