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AFT has a few rules for structuring your document and these rules have more to do with formatting your text rather than embedding commands.
Right now, AFT produces pretty good (weblint-able) HTML, XHTML, LaTeX, lout and RTF. It can, in fact, be coerced into producing all types of output (e.g. roll-your-own XML). All that needs to be done is to edit a rule file. You can even customize your own HTML rule files for specialized output.
AFT for Debian -------------- /usr/share/doc/aft/vim contains a vim syntax highlighting script and notes on how to use it by David Bourgeois. I will try to get this into the vim package at some point in the future, but for now you will have to install them yourself. The same goes for the file in the jed directory, which is an AFT mode for the popular jed editor, by Guido Gonzato. -- Robert more»
"Author: David Bourgeois: email@example.com "Located: http://home.thezone.net/~dbourgeo/ "Here is an example like what I have in my vimrc (really .vimrc) to use aft "abbreviations (you can add functions as well). Actually, I have a couple of "different file types, and I also separate out the BufEnter and BufNewFile to "use different rc files (separate lines), as for some filetypes I do differe more»
aft(1) aft(1) NAME aft - "free form" document preparation system SYNOPSIS aft [--verbose] [--autonumber] [--output=file | --output=-] [--type=output-type] infile .. DESCRIPTION AFT is a nearly free format documentation system which can be typed in using any editor or wordprocessor that supports tabs more»
aft (2:5.097-1) unstable; urgency=low * New upstream release * Bumped standards version * Fix more»
#---TABSTOP=4 ** Version 5.097 (05sep2009) *** AFT.pm Section levels 5 thru 7 are now supported in H more»
This package was debianized by Robert Lemmen <firstname.lastname@example.org> on Tue, 22 Apr 2003 15:48:53 more»