Documentation file format
mta at umich.edu
Sun Dec 15 14:58:21 EST 2013
On Dec 15, 2013, at 8:13 AM, Geert Janssens <janssens-geert at telenet.be> wrote:
> Or if we want to stick with docbook, I searched for docbook wysiwyg. Most editors are
> proprietary and pricey. But there is also serna-free , which claims to be a near wysiwyg
> editor that can handle docbook 4 (according to a nabble thread from last year August ). I
> haven't had time to experiment with it though.
They certainly are expensive. I used to be a developer on Arbortext's Epic product, now marketed as PTC Arbortext Editor. It would be a good tool for this, but it is very expensive. It's also essentially Windows only (there used to be a Linux version, but I'm not sure it's still maintained). Things like that would perhaps be overkill for this anyway. They are designed for very complex documents, like an aircraft parts manual. Because of this, they assume a support staff that can help with setup and customization.
There is a page at <http://www.firebirdsql.org/manual/docwritehowto-docbook-authoring-tools.html> that lists a few cheap or free DocBook editors. Also <http://www.happy-monkey.net/docbook/gui-editor.html> claims there is a free personal edition of XMLMind's XXE, but I can't find it.
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