added notes about epcedit (not gratis anymore)

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<book>
<bookinfo>
<title>LDP Author Guide</title>
<pubdate>v3.5 4 Dec, 2000</pubdate>
<pubdate>v3.51 2 Jan, 2001</pubdate>
<author>
<firstname>Mark</firstname>
<othername>F.</othername>
<surname>Komarinski</surname>
<affiliation>
<orgname>VA Linux Systems</orgname>
<address><email>markk@linuxdoc.org</email></address>
<address><email>mkomarinski@valinux.com</email></address>
</affiliation>
</author>
<author>
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up to speed and writing. </para>
</abstract>
<revhistory>
<revision>
<revnumber>3.51</revnumber>
<date>Jan 3, 2001</date>
<authorinitials>mfk</authorinitials>
<revremark>sgedit (now tksgml) is not free, included link for pricing</revremark>
</revision>
<revision>
<revnumber>3.5</revnumber>
<date>Dec 4, 2000</date>
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applications that support SGML.</para>
</section>
<section id="sgedit">
<title>sgedit</title>
<section id="epcEdit">
<title>epcEdit</title>
<para><ulink
url="http://www.tksgml.de/">http://www.tksgml.de/</ulink></para>
<para>The sgedit program allows you to visually edit SGML
<para>The epcEdit program allows you to visually edit SGML
files. It has the advantages of not needing to know Emacs or
VI before starting, and is cross-platform, working in both
Windows and Linux. It's a commercial application, but pricing
has not been set. There will be free licenses for private and
academic use.</para>
<para>Along with visual editing, sgedit will also validate
vi before starting, and is cross-platform, working in both
Windows and Linux. This is a commercial application, and
pricing can be found at <ulink url="http://www.tksgml.de/pricing.html">http://www.tksgml.de/pricing.html</ulink>
</para>
<para>Along with visual editing, epcEdit will also validate
documents on loading, and on demand by using the <menuchoice
moreinfo="none"><guimenu
moreinfo="none">Document</guimenu><guimenuitem
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command.</para>
<figure>
<title>sgedit screen shot</title>
<title>epcEdit screen shot</title>
<mediaobject>
<imageobject>
<imagedata format="eps" fileref="sgeditscreenshot.eps">
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<imagedata format="jpg" fileref="sgeditscreenshot.jpg">
</imageobject>
<textobject>
<phrase>The screen shot of the sgedit program shows a
<phrase>The screen shot of the epcEdit program shows a
tree on the left side that has the SGML document in a
hierarchy, while the right side shows the document.
Tags are shown with a grey background.</phrase>
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for programmers, so it might seem a bit of overkill for new
users and especially non-programmers. All that aside, it's
extremely powerful, allowing for color coding of tags. Unlike
sgedit, nedit doesn't allow you to automatically insert tags
epcEdit, nedit doesn't allow you to automatically insert tags
or automatically validate your code. However, it does allow
for shell commands to be run against the contents of the
window (as opposed to saving the file, then checking). In a