RE: Incorporating XML into documentation
We are using XML for our documentation.
Our source is created and edited in XML. The documentation source sits in
the same flat-file, source-controlled environment as our code base--no
expensive database on the back end yet.
We then use XSLT to go to three formats--HTML (for HTML Help), RTF (for
What's This help), and FrameMaker for hardcopy (to be phased out in favor of
What are software package are you going to use to print XSL-FO marked text? Inquiring minds want to know!
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