Tue May 25 19:06:51 CEST 2004
I have only just learned about Erlguten. I wish I had known about it
when I was recently looking for a way to generate HTML and PDF from
the same source. I chose the paths
Erlang terms -> HTML
Erlang terms -> LaTeX -> PDF
instead. Had it been a real-time application, the second might have
been far too slow.
On Mon, May 24, 2004 at 04:18:03PM +0200, Joe Armstrong wrote:
> I wanted to go from XML markup -> PDF
> in one step. This is in itself a difficult problem
> adding yet another intermediate language make it even
> more difficult.
I think that is good.
I would like to try Erlguten inside Yaws some time. That would be
made a lot easier, if there was at least basic documentation,
including the concepts. Or have I just overlooked it?
Another remark: There are some funny hyphenations in test1.pdf,
`di-fferent' and `prop-er'. TeX yields `dif-fer-ent proper'. I
have just had a look inside the TeXbook, since you are using TeX
hyphenation patterns. Are you adding start and stop characters at the
ends of a word?
Carsten Schultz (2:38, 33:47), FB Mathematik, FU Berlin
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