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Docmake

Docmake is a tool to convert DocBook/XML to final formats such as XHTML, PDF, or Word/RTF by invoking lower-level tools such as xsltproc or Apache fop. It is written in Perl. Docmake aims to be a saner replacement for xmlto.

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  •  25 Dec 2011 18:39

    Release Notes: Some initial support for DocBook 5: a "--basepath" argument has been added for pointing to alternative XSLT stylesheets, and the "-o" flag has been made optional.

    •  30 Jun 2009 14:01

      Release Notes: This release fixes the --make option with the "xhtml" mode. Previously, it didn't build the result at all. Some warnings in the --make flag when a non-existing output was specified have been fixed.

      •  28 Jun 2009 08:25

        Release Notes: The licensing was clarified by adding a COPYING file and removing the incompatible "All rights reserved" phrase. A Makefile.PL file was added for compatibility and keywords and resources' URLs were added.

        •  01 Apr 2009 16:10

          Release Notes: This release allows giving --stringparam with a value of an empty string.

          •  11 Jul 2008 21:13

            Release Notes: This release release can render into XHTML, PDF, RTF, and FO. Documents (in POD format) and a test suite are provided. There are rudimentary command line options.

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