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RE: Information on the history of jade and openjade
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Mark Komarinski [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> The best way to learn about something is to teach it.
Now we're in for it! :)
> With that in mind, I'm giving a presentation about SGML and how
> the LDP is using it at the Linux Expo in Toronto at the end of
> October, and again in Paris in January.
Dangit, nobody sends me to Paris. :-) Not that I can stand those bloody
Frenchmen anyway. <grin>
> I'm getting into the differences between jade and openjade
> and am running into a bit of a block of why they're being developed
> separately. If anyone has information about how these two are
> related (or not), I'd greatly appreciate it.
Jade isn't being developed at all. OpenJade is a free implementation and
extension of Jade. Well, that's the story that I've gotten anyway.
> Also, it looks like OpenJade is being split into OpenJade and
> OpenSP, with OpenSP doing the validation and leaving OpenJade
> to do the actual 'rendering' into the various output formats. Is
> this correct?
I haven't heard anything about this, but I don't keep my ear to the OpenJade
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