xmltex.tex ========== Copyright 2000 David Carlisle This collection of files is distributed under the LaTeX Project Public License a (LPPL) as found at http://www.latex-project.org/lppl.txt Either version 1.0, or at your option, any later version. xmltex is a system for typesetting XML files with TeX. It may be used on its own or in conjunction with another TeX format. (LaTeX is assumed for most examples). xmltex supports the XML Namespace Recommendation. Arbitrary prefixes may be used in document instances, and in definition files. It supports any encoding that matches ASCII in the first 127 positions. UTF-8, latin-1 and KOI8-R are included in the distribution, other encodings may be trivially added. Further documentation may be obtained by running manual.tex through LaTeX. The distribution of 2000-01-18 consists of: * readme.txt This file. * xmltex.tex The source code for xmltex. * xmltex.cfg Configuration file for xmltex, with sufficient information about Unicode to typeset the latin-1 and Cyrillic examples in the distribution, and information about the namespaces and dtd used in the examples. * iso-8859-1.xmt internal file defining latin-1 input encoding * utf-16.xmt place holder for a file supporting UTF-16 (not really possible with standard TeX). * koi8-r.xmt internal file defining the Cyrillic encoding KOI8-R. Support for any 8 bit encoding that matches ASCII for the first 127 positions may be added by copying the format of file. * manual.xml The manual for xmltex (marked up in TEI XML). * manual.tex Support files for processing the manual. LaTeX manual.tex with your standard LaTeX format, to obtain the typeset documentation. * manual.html manual.xsl HTML version of manual, generated via XSL (thanks to Sebastian Rahtz). * tei.xmt xmltex package file for TEI XML markup as used in the xmltex manual. (The much of this file was implemented by Sebastian Rahtz) * mathml2.xmt A small start towards an xmltex package for MathML2. Used in one of the test files. * sec.xmt A package for a small XML document language used in sone of the test files. * langtest.xml langtest.tex This test example file demonstrates a small `hello world' document in different languages and different encodings all input into the same document. Note that the table of contents is constructed correctly despite the fact taht different encodings are used. Also note that typesetting commands only need to be defined once, irrespective of encoding. So the Cyrillic command for `document' looks quite different in the utf-8 and koi8-r files, but the same definitions work in both cases. * englishutf8.xml English markup in utf-8, used by langtest.xml * English markup in utf-16, used by langtest.xml. Note that utf-16 support is limited to the latin-1 range (it just consists of ignoring the null byte). * portugeselatin1.xml Portugese example, note that the markup is in latin 1, but the definitions (in langtest.cfg are in utf-8). * russiankoi8.xml Russian Example, KOI8-R. This test file typesets Cyrillic letters This assumes the AMS `OT2' encoded cyrillic fonts are present on your system. (Better support for cyrillic is available with the T2 encoded fonts but these are not used in this example to enable the example to be run on as many sites as possible.) * russiankutf8.xml Russian Example, utf-8. * testsec.xml testsec.tex A small example testing varius features. The final section includes some tests of MathML. Note that the elements defined in this file use a namespace prefix even though the elements in the XML document (testsec) do not. * testascii.xml testascii.tex testascii.cfg A test file in which all characters are activated, allowing for some special effects. (Here vowels are red and numbers are old style.)
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xmltex – Support for parsing XML documents
The package provides an implementation of a parser for documents matching the XML 1.0 and XML Namespace Recommendations. In addition to parsing commands are provided to attatch TeX typesetting instructions to the various markup elemenets as they are encounted. Sample files for typesetting a subset of TEI, MathML, are included. Element and Attribute names, as well as character data, may use any characters allowed in XML, using UTF-8 or a suitable 8-bit encoding.
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