sever interleaved documents), with support for most modern XML non-grammar
standards, such as XML namespaces or XLink. Furthermore, it is not limited
to a specific grammar - it can generate XHTML, DocBook/XML, SVG, WSDL, Atom,
for the clueful user. (And there will be a provision for easily providing GUI
editors for some applications/grammars of Qantor markup, for people who still
find editing plaintext markup intimidating.)
+=head3 Qantor is not a typesetting system
+Qantor’s primary aim is to allow for quick, consistent, and powerful
+generation of XML documents representing rich and/or semantic text (because
+or text-involving data, one should normally prefer such formats as
+L<http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/JSON> or L<http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/YAML>)
+such as DocBook 5/XML or TEI (or more specialised grammars such as XHTML
+or L<http://www.shlomifish.org/open-source/projects/XML-Grammar/> ).
+However, after it is done it leaves the actual translation into well-formated
+and letter-perfect text to the lower layers, who may opt to apply
+CSS transformations, use XSL-FO, or generate LaTeX or Troff from it.