On Wed, 2004-03-17 at 13:53, Joshua Daniel Franklin wrote:
--- Joshua Daniel Franklin <joshuadfranklin(a)yahoo.com> wrote:
> > --- Karsten Wade <kwade redhat com> wrote:
> > > You just need to conform to the DocBook standards. If you parse your
> > > document against the DTD, then indenting should be consistent. I'm
> > > there are keybindings and other DocBook tools for Vi. Perhaps someone
> > > who prefers to use Vi could make a tutorial on using Vi for DocBook with
> > > the Fedora docs project toolchain. :)
> > I write DocBook with Vim, so I could probaby come up with something.
> Sorry for the delay, this was finals week but now I'm done.
> This is a pretty basic guide, but it's enough to get started and has
> some pointers to more information. I just added a chapter after the
> emacs ones. I can work on fleshing it out with any suggestions.
Sorry, I attached the wrong xml file for the new chapter. Here is the
correct one which follows the naming convention.
Thanks Joshua. I have committed your file to the documentation-guide
directory in CVS. I'll push it to the website soon. I use Vi for basic
editing of files like configuration files, etc., but I don't really
follow how to use the keymappings for DocBook editing, but the chapter
is a good start.