On Thu, 21 Dec 2017, Pablo Rodriguez wrote:

On 12/20/2017 12:20 AM, Aditya Mahajan wrote:
On Tue, 19 Dec 2017, Pablo Rodriguez wrote:
I checked your t-vim module months ago and I don’t remember which were
the problems, but I had to discard it.

Just try your document with t-vim. It should be as simple as subsituting


Many thanks for your reply, Aditya.

My scenario is much more complex: I typeset XML (HTML4 or HTML5)
generated from Markdown sources via pandoc.

My commands are \xmlinlineprettyprinttext{#1}{tex} and

I don’t remember which were the options in t-vim,  but I need the
options from \setuptyping and \setuptype.

Currently vim does not support these primarily because I don't use XML so I never thought of this.

Could you send me a minimal example showing how \xmlprettyprinttext is used and I can check how to create an interface for t-vim.

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