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Re: Docmentation/FAQs

Not only that! We could write DSL (or convert to XML and use XSLT) and
extract sections of the documentation for the on-line versions embedded
in the product, tool-tips, etc.

On Thu, 2006-09-21 at 12:43 -0700, Joshua D. Drake 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:
> db2html
> db2ps
> db2pdf
> db2ascii
> ...
> Joshua D. Drake