On 8/13/2014 11:21 AM, Scott Prentice wrote:

XML for sure, and personally I'd use DITA. DITA for 3 reasons .. 1) the
implementation of DocBook support has problems, and that may cause you
trouble down the line, 2) you'll likely find more options for DITA
support in the techcomm space, and 3) I like DITA better than DocBook  :)

OK, conceptually, I understand the value of dividing each part of the document into a single-purpose element and that DITA might be better than the mishmash of DocBook. However, when I look at the DITA applications in structapps.fm, I cannot tell which application is used for plain ordinary text (i.e. what consitutes <para>). How does one use DITA for:

Is this what the DITA map is?
[And here I thought we were going to have geographical maps in the book 8-) ]

P.S. I have ordered XML AND FRAMEMAKER by Kay Ethier but it won't be here for several days

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