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Question about Linux doc project.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Perumalla, Koteswara Rao
> Sent: Monday, November 13, 2000 11:23 AM
> To: 'linuxdoc'
> Subject: Question about Linux doc project.
> I have no idea about "How to write help, in Linux?
> I am new to Linux."
> For microsoft products there is one tool known as
> "Html Work shop" using that one we can create Help., which
> usually contains .chm, .hlp files. we can use that hlp file,
> that .chm file contains all .HTML files. And we can provide
> help for that application, like on clicking help button or F1 key etc,
> by using .chm file we can provide Help to the user.
> My questions are:
> 1. "How to create help files in Linux?"
> 2. "Like HTML is there any specific language or any specific
> standards like SGML or XML, If so, how to show XML docs,
> I think XML contains only content, we should provide some
> css sheet or something else. I want to know more details about this"?
> 3. "If we write in SGML, is it possible to handle localization,
> I mean "Is it possible to show english and spanish content
> using same style sheet (css). I want to dispaly english document
> and spanish document in same manner."
> 4. If I use .HMTL is it possible to display in Linux.
> 4. Which versions of IE and Netsacpe are supperted for SGML, XML.
> 5. what are different image formats which can show in Linux documents.
> like .jpg, .jpeg, .bmp etc.
> I think .bmp is specfic to microsoft products.
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