Re: FrameMaker on Linux (rant) - KWord comment

Subject: Re: FrameMaker on Linux (rant) - KWord comment
From: Clayton Cornell <clayton -dot- cornell -at- asml -dot- nl>
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Thu, 30 Nov 2000 09:39:14 +0100

> Now, who's tried out KWord (on Linux), and how's it
> lookin' as a tech writer tool?

I use it at home, and I have to say that I am impressed... but then
again I am a OS tinkerer, and I like recompiling my Linux kernel to
tweak it to be just a bit faster than before.

As a first release, it is a really good start. It is very Frame-like in
in's feel once you start using it. It does definitely need a version or
two more before it could be seriously considered for use in the tech
writing environment. I have had it crash for no apparent reason once or
twice... but then again, KDE2 could be the culprit - it is almost bug
free.. ;-) I am working on getting KDE2 up and running on my SUN
Ultra10 here at work, and then I will give KWord a try with a few
technical documents and see how it holds up.

Clayton

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