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Subject: Free, open source, DocBook 5.1 assembly processor

XMLmind Assembly Processor is a Java™ software component and a command-line utility (called assembly) which processes a DocBook v5.1 assembly[1] and all the referenced topics in order to create the equivalent “flat”, monolithic, document (e.g. a DocBook v5.1 book). This equivalent document is called the realized document.

The realized document is then transformed to other formats (PDF, HTML, etc), normally, as if it were created by hand, using the DocBook XSL stylesheets[2].

As of v0.9.3, XMLmind Assembly Processor includes XInclude 1.1[3] and DocBook Transclusion[4] processors, which allows to create modular DocBook v5.1 documents without facing limitations. All you need in addition to XMLmind Assembly Processor is the DocBook XSL stylesheets.

XMLmind Assembly Processor is free, open source, software, which like the DocBook XSL stylesheets, is licensed under the terms of the MIT License.

Download XMLmind Assembly Processor from:

Tutorial: DocBook Assemblies and Topics for the Impatient

[1] DocBook v5.1 assembly

[2] DocBook XSL stylesheets

[3] XInclude 1.1

[4] DocBook Transclusion

PS: XMLmind Assembly Processor v0.9.3 has not yet been integrated to the XMLmind XML Editor add-on called "DocBook v5.1 configuration (Release Candidate)". This add-on still leverages older version 0.9.2. See http://www.xmlmind.com/xmleditor/addons_doc.html#docbook51_config

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