Re: what's the best html wordprocessor?
I don't intend to debate the pros and cons of editors v/ wysiwyg.
My aim is to have secretaries, dilberts, etc. edit memos, documents, etc.
and have it set in html. Therefore, it must have the functions of a word
processor (i.e., wp8) but save in as clean an html format as possible.
I do not foresee the need to have the html code itself edited. These
documents are intended for web access, archival, and indexing. The code
does not have to be perfect. Indexable is the real aim (to build a
searchable library of internal documents).
Certified Law Student
& Debian GNU/Linux Monk
McGeorge School of Law
On Thu, 18 Mar 1999, fockface dickmeat wrote:
> vi works best. There are few things worse than editing WSIWYG produced
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> >To: Paul Puri <email@example.com>
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> >Subject: Re: what's the best html wordprocessor?
> >Date: Tue, 9 Mar 1999 23:55:42 -0800 (PST)
> >On Wed, 10 Mar 1999, Paul Puri wrote:
> >> StarWriter is the best I've seen so far for Linux. The memory needs
> >> for this thing can be a bit too high for most users though. I can't
> >> wait to check out what the gnome word processor will do.
> >Word perfect also has an html composer mode and I think LyX will allow
> >to save as html.
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