>>>>> "turi" == turi <[log in to unmask]> writes:
> I have received a leaflet from Oxford University Press offering a
> program called SGML Tagger. As the leaflet says this is "a program
> which adds SGML to computer based documents".
There is an excellent and free SGML editor available for Unix, Vax,
and MSDOS systems (at least) -- the new PSGML mode for Gnu Emacs uses
the DTD to control input, allows for fully structured editing, and
even contains a good attribute editor (no support for SHORTREF yet,
but everything else I want is there). It requires at least v.19.19,
so the v.18.59 port of Emacs for the Mac will not work (not without a
lot of tweaking, anyway); however, PSGML works well under oemacs for
DOS, and I use it regularly on my laptop running Linux (a Unix clone).
On the World-Wide Web, take a look at the URL
"http://www.lysator.liu.se/projects/about_psgml" for more information.
Of course, the editor is WYSIWYG -- for that, try something like
Softquads' popular Author/Editor ($$$). Do not bother with any
incomplete solutions like the (apparently horrendous) WordPerfect
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