Advice on DTD's

JR Gardner jgardner at
Wed Jun 16 17:05:07 BST 1999

On Wed, 16 Jun 1999, Simon North wrote:

> Andrew Wheeler asked about tools for adding textual definitions to 
> a DTD ... 
> Andrew, I use Earl Hood's DTD2HTML Perl package. It allows you 
> to create a navigable set of HTML pages from the DTD. Each 
> element and each attribute gets its own page, and they can all be 

Another option is EZDTD, anther shareware which gives the option of XML,
SGML, or HTML (with comments) output of the DTD.  It's nice, slim in size,
and does the job also.

J.R. Gardner, Ph.D.
Obermann Center for Advanced Studies

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