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From: David Mentre <David.Mentre@i...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] CDK binary release
Sven LUTHER <luther@dpt-info.u-strasbg.fr> writes:

> What about sgml, most project use that, and they can then transform it in many
> different format afterward.

Or XML? (yes, I know, yet another buzzword)

In the Linux Documentation Project, they use heavily SGML or XML with
the DocBook DTD. From that format, they have tools to generate to LaTeX,
info, text, HTML, and RTF. From that you can generate MS Word,
PostScript, PDF, etc.

Ok, maybe an ocaml file is not a whole DocBook document, but using
DocBook tags would be a plus I think. From the files of a project, the
CDK doc tool could generate the whole XML DocBook document.

One problem against that solution is that DocBook tags are a bit
verbose:
 http://linuxdoc.org/LDP/LDP-Author-Guide/writing-docbook.html

Of course, I've not developed anything, so feel free to delete those
remarks. :)

My 2 cents,
d.
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