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It supports converting from DocBook XML to DVI, XSL-FO, HTML (multiple pages), HTML (one page), man page, PDF, PostScript and plain text. It supports converting from XSL-FO to DVI, PDF and PostScript.
DVI output requires dblatex or PassiveTeX. Other formats can be produced with any of the supported toolchains - dblatex, PassiveTeX or docbook-xsl/fop (but may require some extensions).
---------------------------- Debian README file for xmlto ---------------------------- POSTSCRIPT OUTPUT ----------------- There are some problems with generating PostScript or DVI output (see bug #170633). As a workaround, you can ask xmlto to generate PDF output: $ xmlto pdf myfile.xml and then convert that to PostScript using pdf2ps (in the gs-common package): $ pdf2ps myfile.pdf I don't more»
xmlto (0.0.20-1) unstable; urgency=low This new upstream version adds support for the docbook-xsl/fop toolchain via the --with-fop switch. Because passivetex is still missing from the Debian archive and will probably never come back, use it to create PDF or PS output. DVI output is still broken! But we are working on dblatex support which will be available as of upstream version 0.0.21 more»
XMLIF(1) xmlif XMLIF(1) NAME xmlif - conditional processing instructions for XML SYNOPSIS xmlif [attrib=value...] DESCRIPTION xmlif filters XML according to conditionalizing markup. This can be useful for formatting one of several versions of an XML document depending on conditions passed to the command. A more»
XMLTO(1) Reference XMLTO(1) NAME xmlto - apply an more»
xmlto (0.0.23-2) unstable; urgency=low * debian/rules (config.status): Set BASH=/bin/bash (closes more»
Xmlto news ---------- 0.0.23 (stable) - add support for detection of tail and gnu cp, do not h more»
This package was debianized by christophe barbe <firstname.lastname@example.org> on Wed, 5 Jun 2002 15:59:21 more»