The DocBook roundtripping system aims to use a word processor (MS
Word, Apple Pages, Open Office) as the front-end editor for DocBook
documents. Naturally, there are some limitations but it can handle a
useful subset of DocBook.
It works by using XSLT to convert he word processor's XML to DocBook,
and vice-versa. Accordingly, you some sort of framework to run the
transformations. I'm working on that too.
On 30/01/2008, at 1:13 AM, <lars...@swedbank.se> <lars...@swedbank.se
I have been using XMLmind XXE as a DocBook editor and it works fine.
However I have been asked to investigate the possibility to use MS
Word as an alternative and this is the reason for ma inquiry:
Does anybody have any experience in using MS Word as a DocBook editor?
Does it work?
Is it easy or hard to set up?
Is it easy or hard to use?