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Editix Lite - Free XML Editor Editix Lite - Free XML Editor EditiX is a powerful and easy to use XML editor, Visual Schema Editor, XQuery Editor and XSLT debugger for Windows, Linux and Mac OS X designed to help web authors and application programmers take advantage of the latest XML and XML-related technologies such as XSLT / FO, DocBook and XSD Schema. EditiX provides users with an extensive range of XML functionality within a refined IDE that guides you with intelligent entry helpers. EditiX has realtime XPath location and syntax error detection. Helpers are also provided with context syntax popup supporting DTD, Schema and RelaxNG. EditiX supports multiple templates and project management. User can apply XSLT, XQuery or FO Transformation and show the result with a dedicated view.
Bob Stayton - Re: [docbook-apps] too many block-elements in xsl-fo ouput
LyX is a document processor that encourages an approach to writing based on the structure of your documents (WYSIWYM) and not simply their appearance (WYSIWYG). LyX combines the power and flexibility of TeX/LaTeX with the ease of use of a graphical interface. This results in world-class support for creation of mathematical content (via a fully integrated equation editor) and structured documents like academic articles, theses, and books. In addition, staples of scientific authoring such as reference list and index creation come standard. But you can also use LyX to create a letter or a novel or a theatre play or film script. A broad array of ready, well-designed document layouts are built in.

LyX - The Document Processor

LyX - The Document Processor
This is the official home page for DocBook 5: The Definitive Guide. The definitive guide is the official documentation for DocBook. The latest edition covers DocBook V5.0.


Summary The topic of technical publishing is relatively new to the world of Eclipse. One can make the argument that technical publishing is just another collaborative development process involving several people with different backgrounds and skills. This article will show that the Eclipse platform is a viable platform for technical publishing by discussing how to write documents such as an article or a book within Eclipse. In fact, this article was written using Eclipse. By Chris Aniszczyk, IBM CorporationLawrence Mandel, IBM Corporation Authoring with Eclipse Authoring with Eclipse
Writing Documentation with DocBook
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DocBook XML Resources at CERN DocBook is primarily an XML vocabulary (defined by a DTD, Docoment Type Definition) which maintained by the DocBook Technical Committee of OASIS. It is particularly well suited to books and papers about computer hardware and software (though it is by no means limited to such application areas). Using DocBook DocBook XML Resources at CERN Date: 30 juin 2005, Mise à jour: 30 juin 2005SilviaCADILLO, {} MOTS CLES: - [Resumé] [Preface] [Introduction] [Discussion du travail] [Conclusions] [Bibliographie] [Annexe] [Remerciements] Ce document a pour but de présenter les problématiques courantes de l'édition des documents pédagogiques (le cas d'étude de l'édition d'un livre), de montrer quelles sont les méthodes permettant de les résoudre, ainsi que d'effectuer un bref tour d'horizon des logiciels pour la création des documents électroniques. Ces dernières années, Internet est devenu la plate-forme universelle de diffusion d'informations, avec un essor de la communication, de la collaboration et de la diffusion de documents numériques. Notre vue sur l'enseignement prend un nouveau visage, nous assistons à un nouveau besoin de l'enseignement traditionnel dispensé dans des salles de cours. Il faut organiser les ressources pédagogiques nécessaires à la diffusion.
DocBook Cascading Stylesheet (CSS2) DocBook Cascading Stylesheet (CSS2) About DocBook is an XML dialect for writing documentation. The Cascading Stylesheet provided here allows you to directly view a styled XML document in software that supports XML styled with CSS2 (e.g. a recent Mozilla or Opera browser) Status There are currently many Docbook elements that haven't had CSS written to style them yet.
Writing documentation with DocBook-XML 4.3
>e-novative> DocBook Environment - DocBook XML on Windows was never easier.
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Profiling DocBook documents
O'Reilly -- Take My Advice: Don't Learn XML O'Reilly -- Take My Advice: Don't Learn XML Take My Advice: Don't Learn XML by Michael(tm) Smith 07/18/2001 Contents If you're a developer interested only in the data-oriented side of XML, and if you don't care about document authoring (writing books, articles, manuals, love poems, Web pages, whatever), feel free to ignore this article. If, on the other hand, document authoring is important to you (you're a technical writer, an HTML markup author, manager of a documentation group, an anonymous pamphleteer) and you're trying to decide whether it would be worthwhile for you to learn XML and use it for authoring documents, stick around. What you learn might save you a lot of time and spare you from some unnecessary frustration.