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Re: Definitve why SGML (I'm sorry)
- To: "Gabriele.V" <>
- Subject: Re: Definitve why SGML (I'm sorry)
- From: Jorge Godoy <>
- Date: 03 May 2000 11:40:53 -0300
- Cc: "LDP" <>
- In-Reply-To: "Gabriele.V"'s message of "Wed, 3 May 2000 15:01:26 +0200"
- Resent-Date: Wed, 3 May 2000 11:10:28 -0400 (EDT)
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"Gabriele.V" <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> Hy all,
> first of all, I'm sorry because I've started this sort of flame regarding
> SGML editors that is falled down to a SGML validity in supporting the growth
> of our poor society ;).
> My question was only if there is a native sgml wysiwyg editor for M$.
There are lots of them! A partner of mine was looking for it to make
us able to ask people that don't know SGML and Linux to translate some
documents for us. I think that you should take a look at AltaVista.
Pay attention only to the ones that say that can work with "any
DTD". Theoretically they don't have a proprietary subset of tags and
would work even with XML.
> -------->>>> I think that the only productive discussion is hwo to write in
> SGML more easly, _NOT_ why not to write in SGML. This was the spirit of my
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