Subject: Re: DOCBOOK-APPS: best tool for docbook?
Hello > > klaas holwerda wrote: > > > > -what is the best XML editor around that has some direct implementation > > I use XMetal from SoftQuad. It provides a graphical > You'll also need to set a few customization rules > so literallayout and program listings are recognized, > so their lines aren't rewrapped (a disaster you long back when i had access to X-metal i remember "Steve Muench" <Steve.Muench@oracle.com> had done some wonderful customization layer (CSS). unfortunately i dont have access to that system where this file which Steve Muench had been kind enough to share with me. i am sure if you people are interested, a polite mail to Steve.M would yeild results. > very much want to avoid). I'd be willing to > share what I've got. I think SoftQuad is missing the boat > by not providing such basic DocBook support with > the product. > > bobs i would be very happy to have a peek at this ;-)) and also if any of you contact steve and manage to get your hands on his customisation please mail me a copy to my personal e-mail address. regards have fun but do take care maddy
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