docbook2X converts DocBook documents into man pages and Texinfo documents.
It aims to support DocBook version 4.2, excepting the features that cannot be
supported or are not useful in a man page or Texinfo document.
The docbook2mdoc utility is a converter from DocBook V4.x and v5.x XML into
mdoc. Unlike most DocBook utilities, it's a standalone ISC-licensed ISO C
utility that should compile on any modern UNIX system. The only requirement is
libexpat (for parsing XML), which is installed by default on most systems.
Docbook2odf is a toolkit that automatically converts DocBook to OASIS
OpenDocument (ODF, the ISO standardized format used for texts, spreadsheets
and presentations). Conversion is based on a XSLT which makes it easy to
convert DocBook->ODF, ODT, ODS and ODP as all these documents are XML based.
Also goal of docbook2odf is to generate well formatted documents in
OpenDocument, ready to be used in instant, with actually considering current
rules of the Corporate Identity of organizations. Final results should not be
restricted to text like documents but also many other forms could be generated,
like presentations, charts or forms with images and multimedia.
The result is provided in a one zipped ODF file (.odt/.odp/.ods) with all
required content. There are group of utilities like docbook2odt, docbook2ods
and docbook2odp as docbook2odf is actually universally converting to these
DocDiff compares two text files and shows the difference. It can compare files
word by word, character by character, or line by line. It has several output
formats such as HTML, tty, Manued, or user-defined markup.
It supports several encodings and end-of-line characters, including ASCII (and
other single byte encodings such as ISO-8859-*), UTF-8, EUC-JP, Shift_JIS, CR,
LF, and CRLF.
The doclifter program translates documents written in troff macros to DocBook.
Lifting documents from presentation level to semantic level is hard, and
a really good job requires human polishing. This tool aims to do everything
that can be mechanized, and to preserve any troff-level information that might
have structural implications in XML comments.
This tool does some of the hard parts, but not all. TBL tables are translated
into DocBook table markup, but EQN and PIC are not translated (yet).
DOMC is a light weight implementation of the DOM in ANSI C as specified in
the W3C Document Object Model Level 1, Level 2, and Level 2 Events
These are DSSSL stylesheets for the DocBook DTD by Norm Walsh. Use them
in conjunction with a DSSSL processor (such as jade) to convert documents
marked up as DocBook to RTF, HTML and TeX.
SGML DTDs catalogs
o Character entity sets from ISO 8879:1986 (SGML)
o ISO 12083 SGML DTDs from EPSIG
o All W3C published SGML DTDs for HTML
o The Linuxdoc SGML DTD
DTD2RELAX converts DTD schema into RELAX module.
The ht://Dig system is a complete world wide web indexing and
searching system for a domain or intranet. This system is not meant
to replace the need for powerful internet-wide search systems like
Yahoo! or Google. Instead it is meant to cover the needs for a
single company, campus, or even a sub section of a web site.
As opposed to some WAIS-based or web-server based search engines,
ht://Dig can span many web servers as long as they all understand
the HTTP 1.0 protocol.