Jean-Michel Hufflen

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Lexicographical order relations used within dictionaries are language-dependent. First, we describe the problems inherent in automatic generation of multilingual bibliographies. Second, we explain how these problems are handled within MlBibT E X. To add or update an order relation for a particular natural language, we have to program in Scheme, but we show(More)
This talk focus on some advanced techniques used within xslt, such as sort procedures, keys, interface with identifier management, and priority rules among templates matching an xml node. We recall how these features work and propose some examples, some being related to bibliography styles. A short comparison between xslt and nbst, the language used within(More)
This article reports our experience in the reimplementing of the bibliography program BIBT E X, associated with the L A T E X word processor. First, we present the new features of our new version—called MlBIBT E X—in comparison with " old " BIBT E X and justify them. By the way, we show that tools for reeingineering data—that is, bibliography files—are(More)
We report an experience of implementing the MlBIBT E X bibliography processor, a re-implementation of BIBT E X with particular focus on multilingual features. First we describe the behaviour of this software and explain why we chose Scheme to implement the first public version. Then we give the broad outlines of our implementation and show how we took as(More)
This talk aims to introduce L A T E X users to XSL-FO. It does not attempt to give an exhaustive view of XSL-FO, but allows a L A T E X user to get started. We show the common and different points between these two approaches of word processing. Streszczenie Prezentacja jest wprowadzeniem użytkowników L A T E X-a do XSL-FO. Nie pró-bujemy omówić XSL-FO w(More)