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Open Directory - Computers: Data Formats: Markup Languages: SGML
References and Standards
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The SGML/XML Web Page
- Database containing over 2000 documents pertaining to SGML, XML, and related standards. Features a bibliography for SGML, vendors and service providers, software reviews, mailing lists, user groups, and projects.
A Gentle Introduction to SGML
- An SGML FAQ in the context of the TEI e-text initiative and SGML application.
Charles F. Goldfarb's SGML Source Home Page
- Includes the InFrequently Asked Questions.
Comparison of SGML and XML
- A Note from the W3C detailing the differences and similarities between the two markup languages.
Overview of SGML Resources
- SGML links at the W3C, meant for use in reviews of the HTML specification.
SGML Forum of New York
- SGML and XML users and vendors forum in New York City.
SGML/XML character entity reference with LaTeX equivalents
- This is an attempt to make an overview of SGML/XML character entities in ISO 8879:1986 and their LaTeX equivalents. It is also a handy reference to the ISO character entities for non-LaTeX users as it shows the visual appearance of the character entities.
- Formerly Linuxdoc-SGML, SGMLtools offers a out-of-the-box SGML processing solution for technical (DocBook) documentation. [Open source, GPL]
Tutorial Markup Language (TML)
- An interchange SGML-based format designed to separate the semantic content of a question from its screen layout or formatting.
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