EXtrans

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eXtrans

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Translates XML documents into other formats

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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Licensing

LicenseVerified byVerified onNotes
GPLv2BABA20024 February 2017



Leaders and contributors

Contact(s)Role
Romuald Texier Maintainer


Resources and communication

AudienceResource typeURI
Puszcza Unofficial Modified sourcesHomepagehttp://puszcza.gnu.org.ua/projects/extrans


Software prerequisites

KindDescription
Required to usePython 2.0 or higher

This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 24 February 2017.



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