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Re: Writing HTML, which emacs package?

From: Adam Hardy
Subject: Re: Writing HTML, which emacs package?
Date: Wed, 18 Feb 2004 21:18:57 +0100
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On 02/16/2004 10:41 PM D. D. Brierton wrote:
Missing for me are:

- XHTML support, for example properly closing tag like <br />
I use psgml in combination with MMM -- see the instructions here:

Getting psgml up and running -- especially getting the W3C DTDs (why
oh why don't they make them all available in a single package) is a pain
but very much worth it. Read up about psgml (use google) -- and if you're
still interested and want some help using it for (X)HTML editing then drop
me an email (if you just post to the NG I may miss it) and I can help you
out (e.g. send you all the relevant DTDs, send you the relevant bits of my
.emacs, etc.).

I would definitely be interested in your .emacs snippets, since you're offering. :)

I'm using html-helper-mode, since I couldn't figure out the way to get the psgml working - or at least, I kept getting loads of "External entity HTML not found".

GNU Emacs 21.3.1 on Linux 2.4.20 Debian

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