RE: Re: XML and a text editor, barefoot in the winter, uphill
Ari.Nordstrom@s... writes: >Just out of curiosity: Does O'Reilly (still?) accept TeX as input >format? And what about LaTeX? I tend to use Linux as much as I can but >there's (IMHO) no good XML editor available for it, so I use LyX for >most of my (Linux-based) writing. I don't believe we've taken TeX for years, though it comes up occasionally. >> I suspect that if there were a WYSIWYG DocBook editor with revision >> marks, my co-workers would be happier about XML. From my perspective, >> Topologi's Markup Editor is quite beautifully sufficient. (It was a >> tremendous help during the editing of our upcoming RELAX NG book.) > >Your upcoming RELAX NG book? When? It should be out near the end of December, though given the holidays, it may be January before bookstores have it in stock.
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