Re: xml/docbbok editors (was: Simplified DocBook)
A couple of these guys (one in particular) is particularly
pathologically set against LaTeX. He says he'd be happy
if there was a good GUI, but really there isn't.
Have you had a look at ktexmaker2? As the first letter of the name implies, it's written for the KDE desktop. I haven't used it for any serious work, but my quick examination of it suggests that it might be the GUI you're looking for.
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