My sense from reviewing the two is that they have nothing in common.
The Panorama/Synex stylesheet is itself an SGML document. The language
of the WordPerfect Layout Designer that generates the .lsi files appears
to be entirely WordPerfect specific.
In any event they govern two separate processes- how Panorama displays
the sgml output in a browser in one case and how WordPerfect outputs an
sgml document to screen or paper in the other.
In any event, we can assume that the XSL (extensible style language)
will superceed application specific stylesheets languages like that
employed by Panorama for web display but you'll still end up having to
do the WordPerfect thing if you want to pretty print your documents .
>From: Paul Kiel[SMTP:[log in to unmask]]
>Sent: Wednesday, October 01, 1997 2:48 PM
>To: Multiple recipients of list EAD
>Subject: .ssh to .lsi
>Mail*Link(r) SMTP .ssh to .lsi
>We are currently using (among other things) Author/Editor and Panorama for
>working with our sgml documents. I was recently asked by my systems people
>evaluate and compare the capabilities of A/E and Panorama with that of
>Wordperfect7SGML. In familiarizing myself with the recently installed
>WP7SGML, I came into contact with its layout editor. My question is: has
>anyone tried to map an EAD stylesheet (.ssh) into a WP7SGML layout (.lsi)?
>I'd prefer not to generate an entire layout from scratch if one has already
>been created. In searching the web, I found the .lgc file, which was
>extremely helpful, but not an .lsi file.
>Please feel free to include any comments on this comparison as well.
>Any help/comments would be most appreciated (and apologies if I have missed a
>posting on this),
>NCSU Libraries Special Collections
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