Re: Docs format
> And if we are limited to tex and html, we can get nice print outs, and poor
> web sites, but no form in which we can read it on a simple text terminal
> without a browser.
Hmmm... I just try to figure out when I was forced to work solely on
a simple text terminal (without browser - lynx or so...!!!)... ;-)))
But I understand the point.
> texinfo is not only the GNU format, it also has a decent viewer, and
> converts nicely to all sort of formats.
I think these are important points... I -as a web designer an
promoter of the "internet idea" (information distribution)- of course
prefer HTML as a distribution media... ;-)))
But distribution is not the same thing as usage for technical
(documentation) purposes... [I think]
Are there texinfo tool for Windows? [Never forget that ther ARE
people out there who actually work with this devil thing...]
- Docs format
- From: Juli-Manel Merino Vidal <email@example.com>
- Re: Docs format
- From: Marcus Brinkmann <Marcus.Brinkmann@ruhr-uni-bochum.de>