Joachim Trinkwitz writes:
> 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".
indeed. I would not want to redo Markus' work!
> It would be nice to include some hints and links for those who don't
> use Windoze ...
When I resolve one last problem, I'll put up the result divided into
two parts; the first is a basic win32 emacs, but the second is another
tree of Lisp etc, which will work with any modern Emacs.
Before someone asks, yes, I am aware of the XAE work, and looked
at trying to expand it to TEI. Still awaiting time to get to grips