Linuxdoc DTD (was: Re: [svlug] multiple sessions in one telnet)
tin at le.org
Thu Jun 15 11:08:16 PDT 2000
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> > There are plenty of format converters, i.e. text2html, rtf2postscript, etc.
> > I was thinking of how _I_ would do it. Something along this line, I
> > create mine in plain text, using tools I am comfortable with. Then import
> > into Word to format. Saved as DOC. Then use any number of converters
> > to output the final format. There are word2rtf, rtf2postscript, rtf2html,
> > etc... you get the idea.
> These suggestions aren't a whole lot of use to those of us looking to
> follow specific SGML formats. Perhaps you're addressing some entirely
> different topic?
Yeah Rick, I guess I was.
Although for the life of me, I don't see why one can't stay away from
editing in SGML format for as long as possible, until the very end when
one wants to output into SGML... I must be missing something ;-)
A long time ago, back when I was still having to use Frame to edit my docs,
I remember it being able to output SGML. Isn't tool such as Lyx able to
read in other formats and output SGML? Can't it do it via command line?
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