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SubjectRe: Documentation files in html format?
On 08/09/2007 05:26 PM, Andi Kleen wrote:

> In my experience it tends to be challenging to actually find all the packages
> needed for that. And then it's incredibly slow -- seems to be much slower
> than gcc which is somewhat of an archivement. And at least for LinuxDoc TeX usually
> can't even compile the result.
>
> I would say the track record of existing DocBook deployment is not good enough
> to justify further use. Plain html can be converted into all these
> formats easily too and overall it makes a much nicer user experience.
>
> Also I would expect much more people will know how to write html versus
> DocBook.

ACKACKACKACKACKACKACKACKACKACKACK.

Rene.
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