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Romain Lenglet <>
Tue Jun 20 04:58:42 CEST 2006


ke han wrote:
> Its my understanding that most/all the erlang docs use
> docbook. The mySQL site's documentation also uses docbook and 
> they have a very clean structure which allows user comments
> per page.
> Perhaps someone from the mySQL team is willing to share the
> methods/ tools they use to produce this online doc??
[...]

I once stumbled accross DocBookWiki:
http://doc-book.sourceforge.net/homepage/
It is a Wiki that edits DocBook XML documents. It is distributed 
under the GPL, it seems regularly maintained, but I have never 
tried it.

One important requirement is to be able to extract the documents 
in a format suitable for publishing, in HTML, in PDF, etc.
DocBook XML is certainly one of the best choices.

I believed that the Erlang doc source format was a SGML format? 
Converting into DocBook XML should then be quite easy?!

-- 
Romain LENGLET



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