Re: Using docbook

Subject: Re: Using docbook
From: lists -at- userdox -dot- com
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com>
Date: Thu, 21 Jul 2005 09:21:37 +1000

Hi Kate,

I'm using Docbook now and must agree with others who say it is very suitable for
what you are doing. As for tools, check out XMLMind XML Editor. Standard
edition is free for all purposes and provides an interface that is *not*
WYSIWYG, but is document like. I use it for my content editing. I have also
purchased Oxygen to use for editing my customisations (XSL) and for the easy
transformation scenarios.



Quoting Kate Stout <stout -dot- k -at- comcast -dot- net>:

> Hi all -
> 1) Has anyone here used the docbook DTD before, & if yes, what was the
> experience like? I'm a little concerned because it's a fairly complex
> markup scheme.
> 2) What tools have you used to do the documentation editing? Did you
> "handcode" or use a specialized editor?
> 3) What tools did you use for xml transforms?
> 4) Tell me what else I should know, I'm sure there are questions I
> haven't thought to ask ;-).

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