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MML and FM10

Nov 20, 2012 2:25 AM

Tags: #mml

Getting back up to speed, and hoping to use MML to move a lot of content into a new document – something I've been doing off and on since FM 7. Have things changed in 10 that I need to know about?

I've already noticed that  as the first line no longer seems sufficient for FM to recognise the filetype: seems that the extension now has to be .mml as well.  More serious, even a tiny source file [content below] with one style tag and two lines of content is triggering the inscrutable "Filter encountered an error and could not complete …" message.

I'll check it later today with FM 9  Hints and tips welcome! I just hope the answer will not be something obvious I've forgotten ;-}

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--- source ------

<MML>
<!DefineTag :p>
<:p>this is a test paragraph.

<:p>extension .txt is not recognised as MML
 
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    Nov 20, 2012 8:49 AM   in reply to Niels Grundtvig Nielsen

    Hi Niels,

     

    I think it migh be your use of the colon in the tag definition.

     

    The following works for me:

     

    <MML>

    <!DefineTag title >

    <!DefineTag h1 >

    <!DefineTag h2 >

    <!DefineTag p >

    <!DefineTag bib >

     

     

    <title>Chapter title

    <h1>Heading 1

    <p>paragraph text

    <p>more paragraph text

    <p>another paragraph

    <p>yet another

    <h2>Heading 2

    <p>another paragraph

    <p>The End

    <bib>some text

     
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    Nov 21, 2012 8:48 AM   in reply to Niels Grundtvig Nielsen

    Niels,

     

    I just tried your sample verbatim and it worked with no problems (so it's not the colons).

     

    Could be the line endings. What editor do you use? Is there a return at the end of the last line (that sometimes trips things up)?

     

    niels_mml.png

     
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    Nov 22, 2012 7:58 AM   in reply to Niels Grundtvig Nielsen

    Try using just ASCII or ANSI modes in your editor.

     
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