Hans Hagen <pragma <at> wxs.nl> writes:


> in which case it keeps the input in xml and converts to other formats 
> (coule be tex in the case of rendering print).

As Hans says, if you're interesting in integrating XML and RDF in source
documents, you need to think of ConTeXt as a lower-level output format; not the
other way around.

Depending on your needs, I'd consider two options for the source format: XHTML +
RDFa, and OpenDocument 1.2 (which will include RDF and RDFa support; likely to
be implemented first in OpenOffice 3.2). DocBook is an option too, but does not
AFAIK support RDFa.

In any case, I'd worry less about the technology, and more about what you need
from it. That will make it easier to figure out which approach is best.


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