[Numpy-discussion] HTML/SGML docs
Paul F. Dubois
pauldubois at home.com
Tue May 9 09:33:04 CDT 2000
The document source is Framemaker, which can produce HTML and PDF.
It would be best to have an collaborative framework such as the Zope one
recently announced, if it works well; I haven't tried that yet.
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> I think I have asked this question a couple of thousand times, but are
> there plans to have HTML/SGML docs, or in other words, can we expect
> to have the source form of this beast.
> I have reached the point where I know how to integrate a nice gtkhtml
> (gnome html in fact) widget ad browse html docs (HURRAY!). Now I'd
> like to us it for something. The nifty thing would be for me to have
> some kind of docbook thinggy. Which means a huge collection of html
> pages with automagic links to prev, next, up, home..... Then I'd show
> the contents in one window using a tree-like thing and the rest in
> another (a real html widget).
> Thanks again
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