> Wait... You want a tool to automatically fix tags? You do need to know
> Docbook to write the docs JoshB. That means you need to know which tags
> are relevant to what. Something like emacs will make this easier because
> it will tell you what tags are valid for each section of the document
> you are in.
Sure, but that doesn't do any good if you want to cut-and-paste a section
and fix the tags.
Anyway, from the sound of it whether or not there are better authoring
tools for XML than SGML is "undetermined pending further investigation."
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