Shane Kerr wrote:
I had my first experience with xml2rfc recently, and I largely agree.
It's easy to totally screw up a document by misplaced XML, xml2rfc
doesn't handle non-ASCII very well (important for some names), the error
That's an IETF doc format restriction, not an xml2rfc problem per se.
output is non-intuitive, the tool didn't work off-line (no fun on an
airplane), and so on.
It does work offline, unless your source requires non-local files (like
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