Do you only need a parser, or do you need an SGML editor? If it's the
former, I'll let others speak to the Macintosh SGML editors that are
availabe, as I know several folks on this list are using Author/Editor
for the Mac.
If you need a parser, Jim Clark's NSGMLS parser is a freeware SGML
parser. I didn't see a version compiled for the Macintosh, but the full
source code is available at ftp.jclark.com. You may ask on the
comp.text.sgml group if anyone has ported NSGMLS to the Macintosh.
What if the Hokey-Pokey Thomas A. La Porte
is what it's all about? <[log in to unmask]>
On Tue, 5 Mar 1996, Katherine Hayes wrote:
> I would like feedback from anyone using a Macintosh-based SGML parser:
> which one, how you are using it, extent of documentation, quality of
> technical support, etc.
> I would like to apply the EAD DTD to existing electronic finding aids to
> present them on our web site running on a PowerPC-based LAN. Insights from
> anyone with similar circumstances would be greatly appreciated.
> Katherine Hayes
> Walter P. Reuther Library, Wayne State University
> 5401 Cass Ave.
> Detroit, Michigan 48202
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