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==Overview==
 
==Overview==
'''The Syslab Book''' is a documentation project numerous years in the works, with contributions from Andy Barros, Matthew Colyer, Andrew Deason, Susan Ditmore, Jeffrey Grafton, John Livingston, Ilia Mirkin, Kyle Moffett, and Dan Tran. Prior to [[LiveDoc]], this was essentially the only documentation on the syslab.
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'''The Syslab Book''' is a documentation project numerous years in the works, with contributions from Andy Barros, Matthew Colyer, Andrew Deason, Susan Ditmore, Jeffrey Grafton, John Livingston, Ilia Mirkin, Kyle Moffett, and Dan Tran. Prior to [[Livedoc]], this was essentially the only documentation on the syslab.
  
 
==Format==
 
==Format==
The Book uses DocBook format for all of its pages (which is SGML, but mostly looks like XML). It was thought by some to be a rather cumbersome format to update and use in general, which is one of the reasons LiveDoc exists.
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The Book uses DocBook format for all of its pages (which is SGML, but mostly looks like XML). It was thought by some to be a rather cumbersome format to update and use in general, which is one of the reasons Livedoc exists.
  
 
==External Links==
 
==External Links==

Revision as of 03:19, 27 January 2008

Overview

The Syslab Book is a documentation project numerous years in the works, with contributions from Andy Barros, Matthew Colyer, Andrew Deason, Susan Ditmore, Jeffrey Grafton, John Livingston, Ilia Mirkin, Kyle Moffett, and Dan Tran. Prior to Livedoc, this was essentially the only documentation on the syslab.

Format

The Book uses DocBook format for all of its pages (which is SGML, but mostly looks like XML). It was thought by some to be a rather cumbersome format to update and use in general, which is one of the reasons Livedoc exists.

External Links