[Rd] Flat documentation?

A.J. Rossini rossini@u.washington.edu
Wed Dec 11 02:29:02 2002

>>>>> "mark" == Mark Bravington <Mark.Bravington@csiro.au> writes:

    mark> Eventually, writers will need to put things into Rd format, though. One
    mark> thing that might make this easier, is tools that can produce Rd from other
    mark> structured document formats for which there are already easy editing tools;
    mark> LaTex springs to mind, or HTML. Tools for converting *from* Rd already
    mark> exist, according to R-exts.pdf. (There was a recent exchange indicating that
    mark> something like this used to exist for SGML, but is now broken.)

what about "prompt"?  A bit more work, maybe a few widgets (ala
Bioconductor's widgets for adding MIAME information to chips; that is,
free-text fields/paragraphs) could result in "easy" generation of

Or is that not simple enough?


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