Re: Thot: needs schema compilers for real use
Daniel Veillard (Daniel.Veillard@imag.fr)
Mon, 10 Feb 1997 19:11:05 +0100
>I just downloaded Thot and have been playing with it for a couple of hours.
>It seems like an extraordinarily powerful tool, but my initial excitement was
>rather dampened when I discovered that the compilers for creating new schemas
>are not available. For me at least, this reduces Thot to mainly a demo,
>because I have very particular requirements for how my documents (sections
>with hierarchical numbering), which I suspect could easily be handled by Thot,
>but not with the canned schemas supplied with the distribution. Is there any
>prospect of releasing the schema compilers within the foreseeable future? I
>could easily imagine making Thot my standard word processing application, but
>only if I had the ability to define my own schemas.
You can fetch now the new version directly from sunsite.unc.edu
/pub/Linux/Incoming directory. Both sources and binary versions are available.
Everything is included, source + schemas + compilers are freely available NOW.
They should be moved to /pub/Linux/X11/xapps/editors withing a few days.
Also check the Sunsite mirrors in the next days.
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