How does one use Structured Text NG
ST.py contains the function StructuredText and the class DOC
ST.StructuredText returns a structure which ST.DOC will accept.
The structure returned has the format [A,[B]]. A is the original paragraph and [B] is a list of sub-paragraphs of A.
ST.DOC is a class whose call function has been overloaded to accept the structure returned by ST.StructuredText. Since ST.DOC is a class, an instance must first be created.
ST.DOC returns a structure of the same format returned by ST.StructuredText. However, the original paragraph (part A) will be altered to reflect that structured text types have been found. Part A will consist either of a string if no structured text types were found, or it will consist of a list of sub-strings of the original paragraph which were not part of the structured text item and instances which internally maintain the sub-string which contained the structured text item
We should change this so that the the returned object is a DOM tree of some sort.
Html contains a class, !HTML whose call function has been overloaded to accept a ST.DOC structure.
Since Html.HTML is a class, an instance of it must first be created before it can be used.
Html.HTML will traverse the ST.DOC structure. The instance's will be interrogated to determine which type they are and Html.HTML will generate the appropriate code.