[Lazarus] Documentation in Lazarus
wv99999 at gmail.com
Wed Oct 4 00:06:43 CEST 2017
Thank you, Alexey, Graeme, Michael, for a share of your experience. If I
understand you aright, what I want to do is best done as a two-step
process: firstly write the documentation in an editor capable of saving
it as HTML, then as a second step render the HTML file onto a Lazarus form.
As an editor, I'd prefer LibreOffice, since I am familiar with it. My
experience with LaTeX is limited, as I recall it has quite a mind of its
own when it comes to deciding what to render where - using it would mean
abrogating much of the control over final layout that LibreOffice
offers. And layout is important when documenting thoughts and thinking.
Thus, there remains rendering HTML onto a Lazarus form. Have you any
suggestions on which component to use?
On 02/10/17 21:16, Alexey via Lazarus wrote:
> IMO you need:
> - Latex files (with formulas)
> - lib which can render latex to HTML
> - lib which can show HTML on a form (several exist for fpc)
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