Message from discussion data structure for markup text
From: Craig Brozefsky <cr...@red-bean.com>
Subject: Re: data structure for markup text
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dkco...@netcom.com (David Combs) writes:
> I still think you guys should look at "Scribe", done as phd
> thesis at cmu by brian reid -- a real work of genius (probably
> applies to both).
I just spent an hour searching for information about Scribe, and all I
have been able to dig up are some dead links and a few example of the
MicroEmacs manual. Is there a current distribution of it? The
Omegasoft pages on Sprynet have vanished, and I have no other leads.
I'm very interested, but stymied.
> Sorry, I'm slowy going crazy...
You and me both.
Craig Brozefsky <cr...@red-bean.com>
Free Scheme/Lisp Software http://www.red-bean.com/~craig
Less matter, more form! - Bruno Schulz
ignazz, I am truly korrupted by yore sinful tzourceware. -jb