can you link html to sgml?
Richard -Gilligan- Uschold
Tue, 28 Nov 2000 17:48:34 +0000
"Christopher B. Browne" wrote:
> Richard -Gilligan- Uschold writes:
> > I have an html report that I want to call up from a link in the sgml
> > help system. I do not want to convert the html to sgml first, not by
> > hand, anyway, as it was generated by directly by scheme. Can this be
> > done?
> I've got a DSSSL script [attached below] that can be used to transform
> HTML into "something almost-like-DocBook;" the results need to get
> cleaned up a tad in order to be used, but tend to at least be Useful
> Enough in avoiding the work of manually tagging it all.
> Usage is thus:
> % jade -t sgml -d wherever-dsl-file-got-put.dsl inputfile.html > output.docbook
> Note that the DSSSL script does _nothing_ about tables, and if you
> have funky HTML attributes like CLASS, FONT, and such, the script will
> pass them through unchanged, which might not be exactly what is
Unfortunately, my html file is one big table, with a header or two.
> Gilligan | __o .oooO
> /| _ \<,_ ( )
> /p|\ (_)/ (_) \ ( Oooo.
> / | \ ------------ \_) ( )
> ======== ) /
> ======== email@example.com (_/
> ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ firstname.lastname@example.org