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Re: looking for a TeX guy to (help to) package PassiveTeX



On Wed, Jun 19, 2002 at 11:25:57AM +0900, Atsuhito Kohda wrote:
> Well, I would like to know what is the problem before
> trying to help you...
> 
> Does build fail or doesn't passivetex work well with
> xmlto?
> 
> How can one encounter the problem?
> 
> I know TeX a bit but don't know XML, is it okay?

Sure and thank you very much.

> Best regards,		   2002.6.19

I should have be more precise in my mail.

I don't know if passiveTeX doesn't work well or if it works but nor well
with xmlto because xmlto is my only test case.

Here is my very simple test case : 

Install the passiveTeX package from the url in my previous mail
and the xmlto package.

Take an adequate xml file, for example the doc source of xmlto
   http://cyberelk.net/tim/data/xmlto/stable/xmlto-0.0.10.tar.gz
   in the doc directory. 

$ cd doc
$ ls
README.docbook-xsl  xmlto.xml
$ xmlto man xmlto.xml 
Convert to troff
Writing xmlto.1 for refentry
$ xmlto html xmlto.xml 
Convert to HTML (with chunks)
Writing re01.html for refentry
Writing index.html for article
$ xmlto pdf xmlto.xml

And see what happen ...

Christophe

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