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Subject:Re: SGML - Tell me about it. From:Elaine M Brennan <ELAINE -at- BROWNVM -dot- BITNET> Date:Fri, 8 Oct 1993 11:44:00 EDT
On Thu, 7 Oct 1993 12:06:50 +0100 Shannon Ford said:
>Frame Technology has (will have?) a new product called FrameBuilder, which
>is a WSYWIG (aka GUI) tool for creating SGML-encoded documents and DTDs.
>I don't know if there are or will be conversion tools for existing FrameMaker
>fords -at- uniface -dot- nl
FrameBuilder's usefulness as an SGML tool, at least in its initial
incarnation, is minimal, at best. While it does understand a certain
amount about document structure, it can't, in fact, yet create a DTD,
nor can it read a currently SGML-encoded document, nor will it convert
Some of us were severely disappointed.
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