[PLUG] Any open-source software for documentation.

Manjusha Joshi manjusha.joshi at gmail.com
Fri May 22 02:00:01 PDT 2009


Hello,



>  1. Wiki contents, as you pointed out, are very informal/unstructured. So
> the
> contents might not be of the quality needed for production-ready document
> 2. Any tool, which generate the final document, may have its own formatting
> requirements (such as Docbook) which Wiki text may not be following.
>
> Having said that, it would be interesting to find out if there is indeed
> such a tool (#1 still remains a problem)
>
>


TeX / LaTeX is perfect for technical Documentation.  www.tug.org
Researchers   use TeX /  LaTeX for documentation, which  generates  pdf
files,  references, click able hyperlinks,  technical figures,  etc. LaTeX
is  combination of  markup and programming language.


Dru TeX is combination of Drupal and LaTeX. It  may work for you.
 drupal.org/project/*drutex*

Good Luck.

-- 
Manjusha Joshi


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