Re: document production options
Francis Norton writes: > Um. Maybe I'm being irrational in not having looked at TeX more closely. > I think of Tex as being rather oriented towards the production of > academic publications. perhaps you should define the difference between "academic" and other publications? > Would it be suitable for creating dynamically > populated PDF documents on the fly, for client or server side printing? Properly set up, yes. It could be regarded as too big a program for the problem, and possibly not fast enough. > Are there people using it for this kind of application? probably. but I can not think of one to point you at > Any graphical tools for generating the raw TeX files for merging data into? not really. you just use "vi" :-} Sebastian XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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