Richard MAHONEY <[log in to unmask]> writes:
> I'm after an reasonably `out-of-the-box' IDE for developing and
> maintaining a TEI P5 corpus under SunOS 5.10 (Solaris 10 1/06
> s10x_u1wos_19a X86 64bit).
You might be interested in Easymacs, which is intended as an
out-of-the-box solution for new users of Emacs, and which includes the
TEI P5 guidelines, stylesheets, templates, etc. Out-of-the box (quoting
from the "Features" web page):
* You can view the TEI documentation for the current element, drawn
from the TEI P5 Guidelines (which are included with Easymacs), by
* You can insert an example TEI template into your blank document by
* You can validate your documents as you type against the example
schemas included with Easymacs (including TEI-lite). If you use a
custom schema, after editing it, you can reload it by hitting
* You can transform your TEI documents into HTML, LaTeX or FO at a
keystroke using the included TEI XSL stylesheets (Shft-F11 --
requires an XSLT processor to be installed).
On the other hand, Easymacs is designed for use by people who have never
used Emacs before, and you say you are a veteran Emacs user; so it might
not be the thing for you at all.
Unfortunately, until the next stable release of Emacs, you'll probably
have to compile Emacs from CVS yourself, as I don't know of any
pre-built binaries of the pre-release version for SunOS floating around,
such as there are for GNU/Linux, OS X, and Windows.