Subject: Re: DOCBOOK: DocBook 4.0: ClassSynopsis
On Tuesday 21 December 1999, at 10 h 26, the keyboard of Norman Walsh <email@example.com> wrote: > | But this is mixed. I understand the desire to make the names > | similar to those of other, existing DocBook elements, but the lengthy > | names are one of the reasons ... > While I sympathize (even with Epic at my disposal, I do > occasionally edit DocBook documents "by hand" :-), I certainly qualify as someone who edits everything by hand because I use only Emacs for creating DocBook documents and I prefer the long names. PSGML allow me not to type element names, so their length is irrelevant, but, when it displays a menu of legal element names at a given point, it is much better when they are readable, unless waht happens with LinuxDoc, where PSGML displays a meaningless list of two-letter acronyms, thus forcing me to read the documentation.
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