Re: [ba-ohs-talk] LiveDTD
It appears that you think that only 'free' software is any good. This is
probably true if you place zero value on your time to integrate and maintain
a code base.
> From: Jack Park <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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> Date: Wed, 20 Mar 2002 08:58:20 -0800
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> Subject: [ba-ohs-talk] LiveDTD
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> "A LiveDTD is a Document Type Definition converted into a hypertext
> document. It is also a perl program (livedtd.pl) that performs that
> conversion. It parses the DTD files and generates a copy with HTML markup
> inserted. The result is the exact same text of the original DTD, but with
> live links that let you navigate through the DTD. Click on a name, and you
> are transported to where that name is declared in the DTD. Both elements
> and parameter entities are hot linked.
> For a simple DTD, this may not be very useful. But for complex DTDs like
> DocBook and TEI that use hundreds of elements and parameter entities, it's
> a great help. If you have to maintain a customization layer for such a DTD,
> it is priceless (good thing it's free). "