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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
   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 Barbé <christophe.barbe@ufies.org>
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