Subject: Re: [docbook-apps] A little XML-to-XML handholding?
On Sun, Jul 28, 2013 at 3:18 AM, Michael Crawford <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > Greetings, Earthlings, > > I have some articles and essays that are all marked up with valid XHTML 1.0 > Strict with CSS, that I would like to publish as bound, dead-tree books, > possibly also eBooks. Here is what I have been doing: 1. If you have a clear control over the input (X)HTML. Then you may go with the so-called html2docbook.xsl script (official page disapear from docbook site, but you can find copies other places). This way you have a very fine control over the generated docbook. 2. If you HTML input is more complex. I generally use tidy as cleanup step, then pass output to herold: http://www.dbdoclet.org/ Solution 2, directly generates docbook 5. While 1 generates 4.x style (you would need an extra docbook 4.x -> 5.0 step, from the official package). 2cts