[nycbug-talk] making of BSD hacks

Bob Ippolito bob
Fri Jun 4 19:51:18 EDT 2004

On Jun 4, 2004, at 7:39 PM, Trish Lynch wrote:

> On Thu, 3 Jun 2004, Dru wrote:
>> For those who haven't seen it yet, chromatic has a nice article on the
>> making of BSD Hacks:
>> http://www.onlamp.com/pub/a/bsd/2004/06/03/bsdhacks.html
>> Besides the interesting note that the book was created using BSD/vi 
>> and
>> Linux/vim, Pseudopod/subversion is an ideal combo for any shared 
>> documentation
>> project.
> There are some of us who will never give up our TeX and LaTeX, dammit!

I used to prefer LaTeX, but these days I only use it as a postprocess 
for ReST documents.. so I can get nice PDF output from pdftex.  The 
only TeX I write by hand is the "stylesheet" stuff, which doesn't 
change very often.  If I was typing up equations, I'd definitely have 
to fall back to TeX, though I should be able to do that in unprocessed 
ReST blocks as-needed.

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