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Re: Docmentation/FAQs

There is also LaTeX2HTML for the manual if we want to go that route.
That will allow people to edit it in LyX if they want.

1000's of options.....

Best Wishes,
Chris Travers

On 9/21/06, Joshua D. Drake <..hidden..> wrote:

> Josh mentions DocBook XML, which I've seen used in other projects.  I also
> know there are numerous pre-built tools to get the source file into a bunch
> of formats.  I'm not familiar  with docbook's xml schema -- How hard is it
> for someone to get up to speed to be able to make useful contributions?

Easy :) as long as you don't make it difficult. You could also use
SimpleDocbook which I believe is what Oreilly uses for their books. It
is basically docbook without 500 tags :).

The nice thing about docbook is:



Joshua D. Drake


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