||Convert wiki-like markup to LaTeX, HTML, or DocBook
||2004-05-03 14:54:07 GMT
||2007-11-01 08:25:21 GMT
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deplate is a converter for wiki-like markup with output to LaTeX, HTML (single page, chunked), DocBook, and really plain text. It can read viki/deplate markup and rdoc files. It supports most markup elements needed for complex documents (e.g., footnotes, citations, index, table of contents, embedded LaTeX for mathematics). Output can be customized via page templates. deplate can create Web pages and (via LaTeX or Docbook) high-quality printouts from the same source. It is the accompanying converter for the Vim viki plugin.
deplate can read:
* deplate markup (viki vim plugin) in several variants: full, restricted, template
* ruby rdoc
deplate can write:
* HTML: single page, web site (chunked), web-based presentation (chunked & condensed)
* Really plain text
* Php (basically the same as HTML output)
This release contains many small changes and fixes. The main user-visible improvements are: better support for bibliographies, embedded elements in lists, task lists, a general style attribute, custom listings, hierarchical counters, load-time-expanded skeletons etc.
This release incorporates the usual set of bugfixes and some general improvements. Some incompatible changes were made (users can set variables to enforce the previous behaviour). New features include: support for dvipng, play input format, output via LaTeX's dramatist class, guesslanguage module to guess the document's language, linkmap module for an alternative (markdown-like) markup of URLs.