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Subject:Re: SGML - Tell me about it From:Shannon Ford <shannon -at- UNIFACE -dot- NL> Date:Mon, 11 Oct 1993 09:02:15 +0100
In reply to this and other postings...
> Reply to: RE>>SGML - Tell me about it.
> I've said it before and I'll (probably) say it again.
> FRAMEBUILDER DOES NOT PRODUCE SGML.
> Framebuilder forces you to use good structure (they say), so you create a
> document that is based on structures that can be used by a (develop it
> yourself) program to convert FrameBuilder into SGML.
> ...pat. anderson
> technical writer
> Alias Research Inc.
> (PS--great SIGDOC conference!)
I *thought* I had posted an apology (almost) immediately after saying that
FrameBuilder produced SGML. I was mislead by a marketing presentation that a
collegue attended (she brought home the presentation slides, which I later
So, sorry again for adding more misinformation to an already crowded world. I
fords -at- uniface -dot- nl
(p.s. I'm sorry I missed SIGDOC...looked interesting, but I couldn't get my
manager to move on it)