[ZDP] sdf/simpledoc ?
Tom Deprez" <firstname.lastname@example.org
Sat, 15 May 1999 10:36:51 +0200
I was surprised that Structured Text is almost only known in the Linux
world. People, working with Windows, don't have a handy tool for creating
sdf. Offcourse XEmacs is available for Windows. But, I thought I could learn
my people to work with sdf and then they can easely publish the text
themself on the web.... but I don't see them learning XEmacs....
: Martijn Faassen wrote:
: > I'm not sure if it's suitable. The nice thing about StructuredText is
: > that it's text content without virtually *any* non textual information
: > in the sources. This limits it, but it makes it very handy. SDF seems to
: > be higher level, and might complicate our system that way.
: > What do you all think?
: The not nice thing about Structured Text is it seems somewhat quirky and
: really needs to be better documented. I think it would be improved with
: liberalization of the rules for renderinging an anchor, so that it didn't
: have to be in brackets.
: My 2 cents..
: - Craig
: Craig Allen - Managing Partner - Mutual Alchemy
: Information Architecture - http://alchemy.nu
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