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Do you use any DocBook specific editor, or Netbeans with the xml editor? :-) -- 12:50, 28 May 2010 (UTC)NicolasDumoulin

There is the DocBook plugin for NetBeans. It allows you to create new DocBook project, build it into PDF, etc. I started with it. When the book text was too long, I slowly left the original structure, split the files, used XML entities and create an Ant script that also handled inclusion of Java samples and also converted the text to OpenDocument.

--JaroslavTulach 06:19, 29 May 2010 (UTC)

hantsy said ...

NetBeans provide a docbook plugin, but not updated for a long time. XmlXmind provide a free personal editor to compose docbook(visually) and free tools to convert DocBook to MSword and ODF. My favorate tool is RenderX xep personal edition. I am a Chinese and it provided exllecent Chinese output in PDF. The last maybe Apache FOP, I rarely use it.

I have create a project(some scripts included) to create Docbook project and convert it to PDF.

--hantsy 10:23, 29 May 2010 (CEST)

David Duperron said ...

I would be very interested in seeing what you can propose to convert Docbook5 xml to opendocuments. Cheers


--David Duperron 14:01, 4 February 2014 (CET)

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