Sebastian Rahtz <[log in to unmask]> writes:
> well, sort of. its a packaging of emacs for win32 which
> has everything put together. documentation of how to install
> the good stuff in an existing system awaits attention
As a starting point one could use the excellent description on
entitled "SGML for NT: A brief tutorial how to set up a free SGML
editing and publishing system for Windows NT".
It would be nice to include some hints and links for those who don't
use Windoze ...
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