Matthew M. Copeland
dyelar at rdl.ml.org
Thu Jan 28 18:43:31 CET 1999
> How do you do it on a character terminal?
> Don't forget that among the potential users of gpg are folks operating
> under various disadvantages. IMHO all pgp documentation should be
> accessible with the very minimum facilities.
> The documentation for pgp has always been usable with the simplest
> equipment. Changing that would not be an improvement.
This shouldn't be to much of a problem since sgmltools will output in a
GNU info file, or plain ASCII if needed.
sgmltools outputs the following formats LaTex, HTML, GNU Info, RTF, and
plain ASCII (via groff) according www.sgmltools.org.
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