XML (Extensible Markup Language) is a set of rules for encoding documents in machine-readable form. It is defined in the XML 1.0 Specification produced by the W3C, and several other related specifications, all gratis open standards.

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Best way to write an xml tag

I'm writing a document about an XML schema, and I will be talking a lot of times about that <tag1> or that other <tag2>. Since I'm only mentioning them and not printing a whole XML file, ...
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How to render XML tag brackets bold with listings package?

I'm currently using the listings package to render my XML snippets. The default XML language settings recognize elements, attribute and text properly and my style is set to render tag names bold, ...
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How can I convert a TeX document to Texinfo format?

I have a straight TeX document, and I'd like to produce from it a Texinfo document. Does there exist a tool that does this, or a set of guidelines? TeX and Texinfo seem to be closely related, so it ...
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Including transformed XML

I need to include a transformed XML document into my LaTeX source. Transformation is specified inside the XML via XSLT. I recently started using LaTeX and I have bib database in XML. However, this XML ...
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Writing a technical book, structuring first then layout later possible?

I want to write a Technical Book that eventually should go to Lulu.com for publishing, so I have to stick to certain strict rules about page sizes and layout. I'm currently looking for a way to focus ...
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Any tricks for using the currvita style with tex4ht?

TeX4ht doesn't quite understand the currvita style's cvlist environment. It appears that cvlist takes the heading as an argument, typesets this heading into an \sbox, and uses the sbox inside the ...
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Want a TeX to XML or MathML converter

Is there a TeX engine that converts a TeX document to MathML or XML directly the way PDFTeX converts text input to PDF? I am familiar with some converters that transform a subset of TeX into ...
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XML highlighting - different style for attributes

I need to highlight syntax in my LaTeX presentation, so i've found this answer: XML syntax highlighting \lstdefinelanguage{XML} { morestring=[b]", morestring=[s]{>}{<}, ...
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Is there some typesetting system that uses XML notation?

Is there some typesetting system that uses XML for notation? This is no offense, but I don't like to type \emph{This \emph{text} is important} despite the fact that there are editors that can do it ...
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XML syntax highlighting

I use the following code to include some XML code: \lstset{language=XML} \begin{lstlisting} <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?> <xs:schema attributeFormDefault="unqualified" ...
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Breaking long lines using latex with minted and pygments

Since Acrobat obviously isn't able to convert XML to PDF from command line, I'm trying to achieve it using LaTeX. I found the minted package doing a quite good (and simple) job since it uses pygments ...
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ConTeXt mkIV and XML: how do you define a self-closing tag with no content to pass?

I am using TEI Lite, and trying to typeset with ConTeXt. TEI Lite defines <divGen type='toc' /> to signal the Table of Contents, which in ConTeXt is \completecontents Now I am trying this: ...
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ConTeXt style/environment files for setting TEI?

Is there a repository of styles for typesetting XML, specifically TEI XML markup, using ConTeXt? I've been googling now for a week or so trying to dig up as much information as possible about ...