ynir at checkpoint.com
Sun Jul 8 05:50:23 PDT 2012
That's pretty nice.
Could you post the source HTML? The one at the link is tooled with all the CSS needed to display it.
Reading the draft, I think the HTML is still going to be more verbose than XML2RFC. OTOH HTML can handle images, formulas and tables now, whereas it would be an extension to XML2RFC.
Regarding format for formulas, I think it will be a while before we can rely on MathML. Testing against http://www.mathjax.org/demos/mathml-samples/ , I see that Firefox and Safari can handle MathML, but IE and Chrome (the two most popular browsers these days) don't, so at least for now, it's a non-starter. SVG might work better.
On Jul 8, 2012, at 1:09 AM, Joe Hildebrand (jhildebr) wrote:
> I just submitted a -00 draft of a potential HTML format for RFCs.
> The version you want to read is here:
> The version I submitted is a total cop-out, for which I apologize; I'm
> working on auto-conversion from HTML to xml2rfc now, but wanted to make
> sure I got *something* submitted.
> If you'd like to look at the tooling I used to produce this, there is a
> github project at:
> The idea is you write some HTML, run "idemponit" on what you have, and you
> get conformant HTML out the other side. There is a directory of changes
> in "/nits" that are run against the input; writing new nits should be easy
> if you've got some basic HTML and jQuery skills.
> There's also a tool called "rfcq" that allows you to query information out
> of the HTML, using jQuery selector syntax.
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