Using userbase for manuals

Burkhard Lück lueck at
Sun Jul 1 21:34:38 BST 2012

Am Sonntag, 1. Juli 2012, 21:56:16 schrieb Chusslove Illich:
> > [: Burkhard Lück :]
> > That's really crazy [...] similar to Yuri I found it easy to write
> > docbook markup.
> While to me Docbook is simply less bad than other things, so I use Docbook
> when I want to document something about software (if I didn't need HTML
> pages, I'd use Latex instead). And when Martin says "we will even have
> WYSIWYG editors [for wiki editing]", my skin starts crawling, yet he is
> looking forward to it. The point is, different people like different
> things.

Sure, everyone should use his favorite tool to do things.

But what I really don't understand, why a devel writing C/C++ code says "xml 
is just a form of binary".

The syntax rules of docbook are some magnitudes simpler than the syntax rules 
of C/C++ code.

Burkhard Lück

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