Subject: Re: XSLT vs JSP
From: Chuck Robey <chuckr@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 30 Jun 1999 22:06:09 -0400 (EDT)
On Wed, 30 Jun 1999, Sebastian Rahtz wrote:

> Chuck Robey writes:
>  > Troff (or groff, actually) is still being used to write books.  That's
>  > too bad, 
> why is that bad? what is wrong with using a high-quality, flexible,
> stable tool for the job?

Oh, I find nothing wrong with the tool, Sebastian, but I wish there
could be a standard markup to be used with such a tool, so that the
sources could be standardized.

*authors*, not even editors, use troff ... if it is that simple, why
cannot W3C make a markup system that is simple enough to describe it?

> sebastian
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