documents in binary format
Bruce Perens wrote:
> on the documentation than the program, but I don't know of any where the
> documentation is not available in source form.
Samples from the Xbook package:
- This document is in Microsoft Word for Windows format
- This directory contains sources in FrameMaker version 4 doc format for
Those are examples of documents whose sources are originally provided in
binary (machine-readable) format instead of markup (human-readable) format.
In my opinion, xbooks is an example of a package which should be splitted
between the markup sources and the binary ones.
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