|The Electronic Thesis and Dissertation Markup Language|
|1.1||User's Guide to ETD-ML|
|1.2||Reference Manual for ETD-ML|
|1.3||ETD-ML Keyboard Shortcut Card|
|2.||Running the ETD-ML System|
|2.1||Perl script that converts ETD-ML to HTML, by Neill Kipp (etd2html, v0.9.0)|
|2.2||SGML Parser, by James Clark (sp, v1.1.1)|
|2.3||ETD-ML Document Type Definition, v0.9.6|
|2.4||Script language interpreter Perl v5.003|
|4.||ETD-ML in Use|
This is a how-to guide for learning SGML, ETD-ML, and how to run the ETD-ML formatting system.
This is the official documentation for the document type definition for ETD-ML. Use this reference manual to make using ETD-ML easy.
Lists all the elements allowed in the ETD-ML, as well as telling where each element can be used. Gives handy hints and quick examples. Bookmark this card!
The ETD-ML formatting script requires Perl and SP (below).
The SP parser processes all the SGML encoding for ETD-ML.
You will need the Document Type Definition (DTD) in a form that is readable by SP.
If you do not already have it, you will need Perl v5.003.
|etd||Revised: Thu Feb 5 12:22:27 EST 1998||index.sl|