10 Jul 2002 23:03:24 -0400
Try setting your top line to
<!DOCTYPE BOOK PUBLIC "-//OASIS//DTD DocBook V4.1//EN" ]>
and using DocBook SGML. You need the following packages on RHL 7.3:
All the tetex packages
You also need psgml if you want to use psgml mode in emacs (very nice!
with tag completion, highlighting, etc.).
Then, run docbook2pdf or docbook2html to get PDF or HTML.
It is what we use at Red Hat, and I think Mandrake uses it to
based on emails from the mailing lists.
On Wed, 2002-07-10 at 13:04, Peter Long wrote:
> Hi all,
> I have been using SGML-Tools (http://www.sgmltools.org) to write a user
> manual for some software I wrote. I used sgml2latex to create a postscript
> version of the document and then converted it to a pdf using ps2pdf13. It
> all worked, however the fonts in the pdf file are hideous. Anyone know how
> I could improve them?
> BTW: I am using SGML-Tools because I used KDevelop to write the application
> originally and it generated the original sgml document skeleton for me. Is
> there something beter out there? Does SGML-Tools differ from Docbook. I
> heard that term somewhere but I am not sure if it is just a spec or a set
> of tools. Once again, any info would be much appreciated.
> Thanks in advance
> Peter Long
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