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Subject: Re: DOCBOOK-APPS: best tool for docbook?

klaas holwerda a écrit :

> -what are you people using (or better the authors in general).

I use LyX (http://www.lyx.org) to write DocBook documents. It's a WYSIWYM
editor easy to use. By default it supports SGML output, but it's easy to
have XML. It's free and works fine on unix like platforms, and there's a
windows port (that I never used).

It uses the sgmltools+jade+jadetex toolchain, and once (well) configured
the publishing process is completely is hidden. It can export to SGML,
HTML, DVI, PostScript, PDF.

Even if some elements are not defined and the graphical support is not
complete, I find it enough and very practical to write technical papers.


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