Subject: Re: [docbook-apps] Any advice on transforming XHTML to DocBook?
DocBook Doclet has a good set of features and it very actively maintained - http://www.dbdoclet.org/ The DocBook Doclet (dbdoclet) creates DocBook code from Java source documentation. ... The standalone application can be used as a converter to transform HTML documents to DocBook documents. Patrick Tinley <email@example.com> writes: > Hi there, > > would anyone have any pointers about transforming XHTML files to DocBook. > I have a lot of HTML files containing content that we want to reuse in > PDFs. > > I'd like to be able to produce a fairly high quality manual with this > stuff. > Therefore its not enough to use Acrobat 6 to make a PDF from the > collection of files. > > I'm thinking DocBook because I could choose to either bring it into Adobe > Framemaker and format it there or possible use XSL FO to PDF. > > I have not found any discussions on this topic anywhere -- guess everyone > else is going the other way. > Any suggestions would be much appreciated. > > thanks, > Patrick