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A schemey document authoring system.
Skribe is a programming language designed for implementing electronic documents. It was mainly designed for the writing of technical documents such as the documentation of computer programs.
This package was written by Manuel Serrano for Bigloo and ported to STklos by Érick Gallesio. Development of Skribe started around 2003 as a successor of Manuel's previous documentation system named Scribe.
18 November 2004
Leaders and contributors
Resources and communication
|Required to use||STklos 0.56 or later|
|Required to use||bigloo 2.6c or later|
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