I've just inquired to sourceforge (before I've read your mail) about how
much work it is to support a foundry.
I think a lisp macro for Emacs would be good to. - It ist well used on
I thought about conversion tool which covers all some time earlier too. I
think it is a great improvement for all of us.
As I have read wh2fo creates a xml and a xsl file while I am generating one
file which contains everything. How does the splitting work?
> Hi Enrico,
> I just write back to Sourceforge to better understand what does it
> means to open an XML foundry and the effort related to it. When I have an
> answer I will forward it to you so, then, we can discuss about this
> possibility .. I think it will be interesting.
> I'm currently running 2 projects and I feel that I don't have more time
> a third :-))
> By the way, in my opinion if you are able to generate such macro for e.g.
> Word97, 2000 and StarOffice, you have covered 99% of the Word processor
> usage, so I guess a new project is not necessary.
> Unfortunately I saw that you project is written in C and WH2FO is written
> Java ... otherwise we can think to join the projects to provide a
> tool that works both with standard HTML and Word HTML, that would be nice
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: enrico.schnepel@... [mailto:enrico.schnepel@...]
> > Sent: 25 March 2002 09:56
> > To: Giannetti Fabio
> > Cc: wh2fo-devel@...
> > Subject: Re: Triggering WH2FO from inside Word(R)
> > Hi Fabio,
> > I think the macro should run on both versions - if not, it
> > wouldn't be to
> > difficult to port it to w2000 and release both.
> > > because WH2FO doesn't work correctly with Word 97 because
> > the format is
> > > different (there are less information inside the produced HTML ...)
> > thats not all... word 97 makes stuff like ...
> > <a><b></a></b>
> > thats why I am using staroffice to export from wordfiles to
> > html. there ist
> > also more layout information in the html code.
> > Could this be a new project on Sourceforge supporting several
> > macros for
> > further word processors like StarOffice, Lotus WordPro,
> > KWord, emacs etc...
> > What about opening a XML Foundry on Sourceforge? I don't know
> > how much work
> > it is to support a Foundry.
> > Have a nice day
> > Enrico
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