[REBOL] Re: make-doc-pro: how to handle tables?
From: robert:muench:robertmuench at: 21-Sep-2001 20:30
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> Subject: [REBOL] Re: make-doc-pro: how to handle tables?
> What if you started off with a familiar idiom, as used for notes
> (bear in mind that I've only glanced at the make-doc format so
> I'll undoubtedly post some bad suggestions here). E.g.
> <<table data goes here>>
Hi, that's exactly what I implemented:
first cell | second cell
> Now, what else do we need for a table, besides data? A heading:
This is on the todo for tables as I have to think about how to implement the
heard with HTML.
Wow, thanks for all those thoughts about tables. I think I will need some time
to make it through them.
> Just some thoughts, FWIW. Thanks for your work on make-doc Robert!
> Ultimately, wouldn't it be great to write a human friendly RebTeX
> dialect? PDFMaker might be a good start on something like that.
I hope make-doc-pro is quite human friendly. Yes, and the PDFmaker stuff is
still on my todo list. First I wanted to make make-doc-pro mostly feature
complete before moving on for a new output format. Robert