S-EXPAND


Table of Contents

Introduction
Overview
Getting S-EXPAND
Legal
Usage
Overview
Representation Example
Transform Functions
Exported Functions

Introduction

Overview

This is just a quick hack to convert S-Expressions to XML. It came about after an attempt to write DocBook and great frustration over the (apparent) lack of TeX-comprable macros as well as XML's extreme verbosity.

Getting S-EXPAND

git clone http://www.prism.gatech.edu/~ndantam3/git/s-expand.git

Legal

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