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From: "José Luis Rivero (yoswink)" <yoswink@g.o>
Subject: Re: How are the docs written?
Date: Wed, 20 May 2009 11:20:53 +0200
Gunnar escribió:
> Hello.
> I'm new on this list and I have a simple question, how is the docs written?

Docs are written in GuideXML format[1]

> Do you use any tools for generating the html 

gorg can help you to generate the html. neysx used to have a guide about 
  how to set it up and configure it.[2]

> or do you write it directly in 
> plain emacs/vi?

Use your favorite editor to edit/create gentoo docs, but ...

    - notepad.exe via wine give you 10 extra points
    - emacs used with only one hand, 15 extra points
    - the always good 'ed', 20 extra points

Points can be transformed into polish beer, ask rane for more info.

Bye!

[1] http://www.gentoo.org/doc/en/xml-guide.xml
[2] http://gentoo.neysx.org/mystuff/gorg/gorg.xml

-- 
Jose Luis Rivero <yoswink@g.o>
Gentoo/Doc


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