SGML: An Assessment of SGML-aware Software

SGML: An Assessment of SGML-aware Software

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An Assessment of SGML-aware Software, a report by The SGML Project

After many delays, the report written in the final days of
The <SGML> Project in Summer 1994 is being published

Paper copies will also be available soon. They
will be sent to the Information Officer in the
Computing Service of each UK HE establishment.

The report is now somewhat dated, so a request for updated
information has been sent to all the product suppliers
included in the report. This information will be included
whenever it arrives.

The report may be accessed at the University of Exeter
Web server on

(Note: Both non-frameset and frameset links are provided.)

Paul Ellison (ex-Director, The <SGML> Project)