Welcome to the OmniMark documentation
The documentation is divided into six areas:
- Concepts explains how the OmniMark language works.
- Tasks explains how to solve common programming problems
- Syntax explains the use of each OmniMark keyword.
- Libraries introduces the function libraries shipped
- OMX introduces and explains the OmniMark extension
(OMX) components shipped with OmniMark. To understand OMX components see the
- Errors lists the program errors and markup errors that
you may encounter in your programs.
You can find just about anything by using the main index.
You can also use the table of contents for each area.
If you use the documentation set on the
you can also use full text search to find what you are
looking for. (Also, the version of the documentation on the website may be
more up to date than the one you originally downloaded.)
If you are new to OmniMark, start by reading the concept
It contains links to other concepts that will help you learn about the
For an introduction to development tools and configuring your system for
OmniMark, see the concept
Developing and Running OmniMark programs.
For an overview of what's new and what's fixed in this release, see
What's new and
Here are some links to other useful documents and information:
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