hypertext software

Franco Bignone fbignone at alchemy.chem.utoronto.ca
Tue Mar 2 21:23:31 EST 1993

I have been looking for a good hypertext system both for PC-DOS machines and
UNIX machines (Silicon Graphics) but I find the situation very confusing.
I would like to be able to find something similar to DYNATEXT (a very
expensive package) with the ability to link, index, and browse: files (ASCII),
pictures (GIF, TIF, RGB or wathever), and to be able to edit the  files,
DYNATEXT despite its price in the 10,000-20,000 range cannot.
A program named MEDIAVIEW seems good on paper, but that I understand exists
only for the NEXT.
Anybody interested in the same problem? A pointer to a site full of programs?
I will post a summary at the end of my information search.


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