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Html2pdf
HTML_ToPDF takes the hassle out of generating a PDF file from a Web page. It will convert any HTML document into a format that will look the same on any platform and printer. It includes support for converting images, using the stylesheets to customize the look of the PDF file, and error handling.
Html2xhtml
Html to Xhtml Convertor converts HTML pages into XHTML pages. It can process batches of files, convert line breaks, and deal with attribute minimization, quoting of attribute values, and more.
Hypermail
Hypermail 2 is a much enhanced version of the popular tool that converts mails into correctly formatted HTML pages. Version 2 has many new features including MIME support. Perfect for archiving mailing lists and similar.
JDynamiTe
JDynamiTe is a tool which allows you to dynamically create documents in any format from "template" documents. Some typical usage domains of JDynamiTe are:
  • dynamic Web pages creation,
  • text document generation,
  • source code generation...
In fact, it can be useful in any case where pre-defined documents (templates) have to be dynamically populated with data. The main benefit of JDynamiTe is to allow a true separation between data (content), presentation (container) and content generation code (written in Java). JDynamiTe does not include a specific template language, and it is not a complete framework. It is a simple "brick" in your software architecture, a "glue" between your data model and your presentation model.
LibreOffice
LibreOffice is the power-packed personal productivity suite that gives you six feature-rich applications for all your document production and data processing needs: Writer, Calc, Impress, Draw, Math and Base. There are also a good and growing number of free software extensions and templates available. LibreOffice is a fork of OpenOffice.org, which is now called Apache OpenOffice. Because Apache OpenOffice hosts and recommends using proprietary extensions, we do not recommend using it.
Mandoc
Mandoc is a suite of tools compiling mdoc, the roff macro language of choice for BSD manual pages, and man, the predominant historical language for UNIX manuals. It is small, ISO C, ISC-licensed, and quite fast. The main component of the toolset is the mandoc utility program, based on the libmandoc validating compiler, to format output for UTF-8 and ASCII UNIX terminals, HTML 5, PostScript, and PDF.
Markdown
'Markdown' is a text-to-HTML conversion tool that lets you write using an easy-to-read, easy-to-write plain text format, then convert it to structurally valid XHTML (or HTML). Thus, 'markdown' is both a plain text formatting syntax and a software tool, that converts the plain text formatting to HTML. The overriding design goal for Markdown's formatting syntax is to make it as readable as possible. Ideally, a Markdown-formatted document should be publishable as-is, as plain text, without looking like it has been marked up with tags or formatting instructions. The single biggest source of inspiration for Markdown's syntax is the format of plain text email.
Markdown-mode
Markdown Mode is a major mode for GNU Emacs for editing Markdown-formatted text files. It provides syntax highlighting and editing commands.
Mll2html
Reformats an ASCII file, containing a description of mailing lists, into a more convenient HTML file. For each ftp, http and news address, a hyperlink is generated pointing to that address. A hyperlink is also generated for each email address. The 'mll2html' program parses a template file, writing it to the output file, to detect predefined tags, which are replaced by the corresponding part of the mailing lists. A template file (the file that is copied to the output file) can contain one or more of these tags, and a tag can be used more than once. mll2html's purpose for GNU was to maintain the web pages for the GNU web site.
NextTypes
System for storing, processing and transmitting information based on standards that integrates the features of other systems such as relational databases, programming languages, transmission protocols, file systems, operating systems, data formats and hardware in one tightly integrated system through a common data types system. It's based on a multi-language (UTF-8 encoding), relational, modular, MVC and REST architecture that provides users with a simple interface to manage data and developers with the ability to modify and extend the system, adapting the interface and programming actions through a system with higher level of abstraction than JDBC that simplifies using SQL. Some integrated technologies are MySQL, JavaScript, Java, HTTP, WebDAV, CalDAV, SMTP, HTML5, CSS3, JSON, XML, RSS, Smile, iCalendar, QRCode, JPEG, PNG, X.509 Certificates, CodeMirror and TinyMCE. Includes full text search, WCAG 2-AAA conformance, cache, logging and anti CSRF, XSS, SQL injection and DoS protection.


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