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Re: Making It Easy For New Authors (was Re: Style Guide)
> Le mer, 11 oct 2000, Mark Komarinski a écrit :
> > In terms of SGML editors, I recommend psgml for emacs (if you lean that way) and
> > gvim for you vi folk (if you lean the other way). Having AbiWord support DocBook XML
> > would be a real plus. In the meantime, we're pretty much stuck with non-WYSIWTM
> > editors.
> I think it's absolutely not the point, I assume any vi or emacs user is
> NOT a newbe and can do whatever sgml he wants. But I know that in the lag
> some wp are proposed.
Sorry, my context was for those who already knew either of those editors.
If you're not familiar with editors, then WordPerfect for windows or sgedit/tksgml
are more newbie-friendly.
> the point is to propose one wp, one package. The lag gives options I have
> no mean to choose between.
I disagree. I don't think it's up to me to propose an editor for an author to
use. You wouldn't like my recommendations ;)
However, I could include a note with each editor to mention how newbie-friendly
(both in terms of installation, and use) they are.
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