Broaden your selection: Category/Documentation-tool
- AsciiDoc is a text document format for writing notes, documentation, articles, books, ebooks, slideshows, web pages, man pages and blogs. AsciiDoc files can be translated to many formats including HTML, PDF, EPUB, man page.
- BHL is an Emacs mode that lets you convert plain TXT files into HTML, LaTeX, and SGML (Linuxdoc) files. The BHL mode handles common font-styles, three levels of sections, footnotes, and any kind of lists, tables, URLs and horizontal rules. It also handles a table of contents: you can browse the toc, insert the toc where you want, and update the sections' numbers with one keystroke.
- BibTeXConv is a BibTeX file converter which allows to export BibTeX entries to other formats, including customly defined text output. Furthermore, it provides the possibility to check URLs (including MD5, size and MIME type computations) and to verify ISBN and ISSN numbers.
- The program extracts text from Word files while preserving as many special characters as possible. It does not try to preserve Word formatting, but does extract readable text. A Tcl/Tk graphical viewer is included as well, and versions 0.91.2 and above include an Excel file converter.
- 'cpp2latex' converts C++ into LaTeX either for including into existing LaTeX documents or as standalone documents. The current version (2.0) supports syntax highlighting.
- 'deplate' is a tool for converting documents written in an unobtrusive, wiki-like markup to LaTeX, DocBook, HTML, or "HTML slides". It supports embedded LaTeX code, footnotes, citations, bibliographies, automatic generation of an index, etc. In contrast to many wiki engines, it is intended for "offline" use as a document preparation tool.
- 'docbook2X' converts DocBook documents to man pages and Texinfo
- Docutils is a text processing system for processing plaintext documentation into useful formats, such as HTML or LaTeX. It includes reStructuredText, the easy to read, easy to use, what-you-see-is-what-you-get plaintext markup language.
- Doxia is a content generation framework which aims to provide its users with powerful techniques for generating static and dynamic content. Doxia can be used to generate static sites in addition to being incorporated into dynamic content generation systems like blogs, wikis and content management systems. Doxia is used exensively by Maven and it powers the entire documentation system of Maven. It gives Maven the ability to take any document that Doxia supports and output it any format. It became a sub-project of Maven early in 2006.
- eXtrans translates XML documents into other formats or representations. It can output formats HTML, XML, LateX, pictures, sound, or anything else that the python language can manipulate. Those translations are driven by abstract translators (xtrans scripts) embedding python code. The translators are easy to write, since the underlying system habdles all the complicated details of XML parsing, reference resolving, file management and even python programming in a way transparent to the user. This distribution includes GimpClient, a python module for communicating with Gimp. Through it, xtrans scripts can efficiently access a powerful graphics program.
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