[TxMt] Writing a Book with TextMate

Kevin Ridgway kridgway at gmail.com
Thu Jun 5 15:47:20 UTC 2008

Hmmm, I kinda like Markdown for that kind of thing.
With Markdown links to the references, etc pages in one project folder.

So I guess, as a web guy, I would probably choose Markdown bundle, and go
from there.

-Kevin Ridgway

On Thu, Jun 5, 2008 at 11:34 AM, Thomas <iamkenzo at gmail.com> wrote:

> If you decide to follow the Latex way, don't get too picky about your
> layout or you are going to shoot yourself in the head as I did some
> time ago. Let the text flow as Latex chooses it to, and don't try to
> go against it.
> Moreover Latex is very highly verbose in terms of markup language,
> sometimes you end up having more markup than actual content...
> I have yet to find a way to write a book me too.
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