Jonas Baggett <jonas...@gmail.com> writes:

> This is a blog post I recently published:
> https://jonas17b.wixsite.com/monsite/home/wysiwym-editor-on-top-of-context-lout.
>  It
> is about some ideas I have for a WYSIWYM editor like LyX, but it would
> be designed for using more than 1 backend (e.g. ConTeXt, Lout), and to
> give a much better user experience.
> Anyone interested by the concept?

While not an editor, but rather a language, Skribilo
(http://www.nongnu.org/skribilo/) can output documents in various
formats, including Context and Lout.  I have worked a bit on getting
better Context output from it and last tinkered with the math output
about a year ago.  Such a system might form the output engine on which
an editor could be built.  The same might be said for Pandoc, in which
case perhaps one of the existing Haskell editors could be used as the
basis for a specialised text processing system.  For non-technical
documents SiSU (http://www.jus.uio.no/lm/toc.html) offers various output
formats, but again it is not an editor.

While your concept is interesting, I'm an Emacs user, and unlikely to
switch to anything else.

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