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Re: Any way to make XHTML work with WML2.0.2/MP4H1.0.2 ?

On Thu, Jun 29, 2000 at 10:44:05PM +0200, Denis Barbier wrote:
>On Thu, Jun 29, 2000 at 01:09:54PM -0500, Howard Alexander LaHurreau wrote:
> > Is there any possible way to use XHTML with WML2.0.2/MP4H1.0.2,
> > or should I just discard the new MP4H and go back to MP4H0.9.5?
> > Or perhaps I should convert all of my templates back to HTML4?
> Mp4h should generate XHTML as well as HTML, depending on the --expansion
> flag.  Type `mp4h -h' (or `wml_p2_mp4h -h') and look at this flag.
> Its value by default is 3114=2+8+32+1024+2048, you may want to unset
> values 32 and 2048.

I'll have to check this out. :-)
> For WML, it is more difficult, because all modules have to be changed to
> conform to both XHTML and HTML syntax.  As i did not want to break WML, i
> chose not to upgrade them now.  But for your needs, it should work as
> well.  Try
>    wml -W2,--expansion=3082

Thanks. :-)

> If you remove 2048, WML generates lots of warnings.

Hmmm, I might have to make some changes to my Makefile...

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