On Mon, Jan 27, 2014 at 11:02:39AM -0500, Elle Stone wrote:
> On 01/27/2014 10:11 AM, Andrew Douglas Pitonyak wrote:
> >
> >I expect that learning to use git and how to build is more of an
> >obstacle than learning enough about docbook since the framework is
> >already in place. It is a bit more difficult if you add or modify a
> >figure, but, if all you do is add / change text, you will probably find
> >it straight forward.
> Andrew, thanks! for words of encouragement.
> Somewhere a document says that the Gimp XML lines should be no more
> than 87(?) characters long. The README says "Use any editor you
> want, but you should handle it well. Please keep in mind, that the
> tab width in XML Mode should be 2 spaces."
> So any recommendations on an xml editor? Preferably one that can be
> set to automatically use the right line length and tab width? And
> preferably can validate?
> From my personal point of view, eclipse (too big), vim (never
> learned), and jedit (I don't like java-based programs) are not
> options. 

I use Emacs...


Marco Ciampa

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