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You could read RFC 1 just as well if it was written as POD.

POD has hardly changed during the last 2 decades as well, right?

And the little bit of markup introduced by POD allows one to make the document navigatable by means other than scrolling and searching for patterns.

Metadata rocks. POD keeps the difference between marked up text and plain ASCII very minimal. POD rocks.

Makeshifts last the longest.


In reply to Re^2: POD as a general documentation system by Aristotle
in thread POD as a general documentation system by robartes

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