Peter Murray-Rust Peter at ursus.demon.co.uk
Tue Jun 17 13:21:52 BST 1997

Just to add my own interest in this (having written a book in LaTeX and used
LaTeX2HTML.  That was 3yrB4XML, so now I would use XML :-)).

LaTeX is an established and powerful authoring tool, especially for scientific
mathematical and technical documents.  TeX has been unrivalled as a 
typesetting language in these disciplines. LaTeX2HTML (which Ross is looking 
after) is a useful tool for publishing HTML.  TeX provides a widely suported 
output format (*.dvi) for many systems.  So my interests are:

what is the a role for LaTeX2XML (sic)?

what is the role for XML2TeX?

and has anyone been developing tools in this area?


Peter Murray-Rust, domestic net connection
Virtual School of Molecular Sciences

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