From: David Bergman (davidb_at_[hidden])
Date: 2002-10-29 14:26:02
Is that not just DreamWeaver?
A "Studio" package, including web application logic connection, seems to
a bit overkill in this context...
Anyhow, there are a multitude of HTML editors out there.
I agree with Bill (Kempf) that LaTeX would also host some of the
benefits of DocBook, if generation of static documents can be automated
or considered trivial. In the case of LaTeX, this community probably has
several individuals who could "pdftex" them, and, soon enough, add a
"pdftex" as an automated script to CVS.
I would definitely support PDF as the preferred static document format,
most people do have or can install PDF readers on their platforms (or?)
I am a bit curious as to the benefits of DocBook (I have only played
with it, so I am definitely one of those pseudo-knowledgable in that
field) in comparison to LaTeX.
MathML seems to offer a lot of features that are probably not crucial
for Boost documentation, such as canonical representations of formulas,
being independent of the layout. The Match subset of LaTeX seems to be
more suited for our rather non-stringent (in the mathematical sense)
[mailto:boost-bounces_at_[hidden]] On Behalf Of Ihsan Ali Al Darhi
Sent: Thursday, October 24, 2002 2:51 PM
To: Boost mailing list
Subject: Re: [boost] Reference documentation: one approach
> ColdFusion is a web application server. How does that relate to
I have ColdFusion Studio 4.5 which let's me develop web pages. You can
use it for documentation also.
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