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Old 09-17-2006, 02:13 PM   #1
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I need a DocBook content management system

I need a tool for building and managing a large amount of DocBook based documentation.

I envision a tool that would store content pieces in a MySQL database and allow those pieces to be assembled into documents. Documents can then be automatically generated in the selected format or formats.

It would be preferable that, when a particular type of content is selected, the tool automatically knows what subcomponents can be in it, and will let me easily write those pieces.

Please... don't just tell me about (say) Quanta. Or the KDE XML Editor. I know about those. What I'm looking for is more than "just an XML editor." The focus of this tool needs to be on the documentation-stream that's coming out, and the content that's going in, not the bits-and-bytes-and-squiggles of the generating tools.


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