From: David A Knight <david@sc...> - 2004-02-07 22:26:04
On Sat, 2004-02-07 at 00:33, Chris Hornbaker wrote:
> It was recently proposed on the quanta+ development list to form a
> collaboration between web-oriented editors. This collaboration would involve
> the formation of a markup language that allows the description of other
> languages, such as HTML, PHP, CSS, DTD, etc. From there, we'd have the
> ability to pass around language descriptions between projects, enhancing
> support, compatibility, and the general sense community.
> I've noted that bluefish currently uses its own markup for this purpose and
> (I'm guessing) screem uses DTDs, so I would think that moving to and/or
> adding support for such a format would cause little trouble for your
> respective projects.
Screem handles DTDs yes, but also supports usage of the Bluefish
function reference XML files, although not from a common directory,
along with a similar doctype, which is specified in the
screem-tagtree.dtd provided with screem.
> I hope that your groups are also willing to participate in discussions.
some form of joint format / repository would be useful for all projects,
so consider screem interested.
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