I've always thought that TEI-Lite was a nice, general purpose xml markup.
There is already an example of an XML stylesheet on the wiki.


On Sat, May 11, 2013 at 7:29 AM, Martin Schröder <mar...@oneiros.de> wrote:

> 2013/5/11 Norbert Preining <prein...@logic.at>:
> > Does anyone have experience with authoring for web and print. I.e.,
> > we want to maintain only one format and generate both web pages and
> > printed documentation from it. Is there intrinsic or through addons
> > support in ConteXt for this?
>
> Consider pandoc.
> But you probably need math. :-)
>
> Best
>    Martin
>
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