From: James HG Redekop <firstname.lastname@example.org> Message-Id: <9504071818.AA07542@mccarthy.csd.uwo.ca> Subject: Re: Writing a GREAT HTML editor! To: email@example.com Date: Fri, 7 Apr 95 14:18:32 EDT Cc: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com (James HG Redekop) In-Reply-To: <9504041948.AA18545@sqrex.sq.com>; from "firstname.lastname@example.org" at Apr 4, 95 5:27 pm > Adam Thodey <email@example.com> spake thus: > > > Make it a WYMIWYG type program (What you MEAN is what you get!!) :) > > There I agree. I'd say, start with SGML validation. Look at James Clark's > SGML parser (nsgmls) for a start. I took a course in structured documentation this year, and one of the speakers on SGML had a great term for the kind of editor they used. Not "What You See is What You Get", since what you get depends on the fonts/window size/ includes/excludes that the user was useing. Rather, it was "What You See is No Surprise". James H.G. Redekop Free confidential counselling for firstname.lastname@example.org SURVIVORS OF DECONSTRUCTION email@example.com Call 1-800-MEANING http://www.csd.uwo.ca/~tzoq/ Ap(point)ments may be continually postponed.