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LyX Development News for July 26, 2000

Jul 26, 2000, 21:24 (0 Talkback[s])

"There are lots of design discussions on the developers mailing list. Occasionally, someone will object to how LyX is developing. One thread on compiler requirements provoked Asger to write an excellent description of the LyX Teams philosophy on compiler and language features."

"If you need evidence that LyX is a significant application and worth investigating further you might like to consider reading a thread started by none other than Richard Stallman. Richard was concerned about LyX's use of XForms. Perhaps as a result of this we've seen renewed interest in porting LyX to Gtk and Gnome using the excellent Gtk-- toolkit."

"The users mailing list allows users to support one another, thereby, forming a pool of community knowledge. Perhaps our most valuable asset in this regard is Herbert Voss. Herbert seems to have an answer for every question that involves problems with LaTeX or LaTeX packages. He even has a LyX Tips page. Thanks Herbert."

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