NewsForge: Creating Professional Documentation with Linux Tools
May 16, 2006, 10:00 (2 Talkback[s])
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"Documentation is a necessary evil of software development.
While Linux lacks standard Windows tools such as FrameMaker,
RoboHelp, and WebWorks Publisher, it's still a viable environment
for technical writers. Linux users can take advantage of a number
of documentation tools, including both free or open source software
(FOSS) and proprietary software. All of them give technical writers
the ability to author and publish professional documentation.
"The DocBook Project isn't an application, but it is arguably
the biggest gun in the Linux technical writing arsenal. It's a
variant of XML designed specifically for authoring software and