DSSSL Engine for SGML Documents

OpenJade, the follow-up to Jade by James Clark, is an implementation of
the ISO/IEC 10179:1996 standard DSSSL (Document Style, Semantics, and
Specification Language); pronounce it "dissl"--it rhymes with whistle.

It has back-ends for SGML, RTF, MIF, TeX, and HTML.

The parser, "nsgmls," and helper tools like "sgmlnorm," "spam,"
"spent," and "sx" are now included in the separate "opensp" package.

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Source Files
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gcc46_default_ctors.patch 0000002396 2.34 KB over 8 years
jade_style-sheet.dtd 0000001273 1.24 KB almost 13 years
openjade-1.3.1-autoconf.dif 0000003055 2.98 KB almost 13 years
openjade-1.3.2-getopts.patch 0000000431 431 Bytes over 7 years
openjade-1.3.2-makefile.patch 0000000891 891 Bytes almost 13 years
openjade-1.3.2-shared.patch 0000000847 847 Bytes almost 12 years
openjade-1.3.2.tar.bz2 0000739669 722 KB almost 13 years
openjade-README.SuSE 0000000679 679 Bytes almost 13 years
openjade.changes 0000007091 6.92 KB over 7 years
openjade.spec 0000008661 8.46 KB over 7 years
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