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Deplate is a ruby based tool for converting documents written in wiki-like markup to LaTeX, HTML, “HTML slides”, or docbo
Deplate is a ruby based tool for converting documents written in wiki-like markup to LaTeX, HTML, “HTML slides”, or docbook.
Deplate supports page templates, embedded LaTeX code, footnotes, citations, bibliographies, automatic generation of an index, table of contents etc.
It can be used to create web pages and (via LaTeX or Docbook) high-quality printouts from the same source. In this respect it is similar to tools like aft or txt2tags.
Deplate aims to be modular and easily extensible. It is the accompanying converter for the Vim viki plugin. In the family of wiki engines, the “native” deplate markup originated from the emacs-wiki.
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)
- PHP (basically the same as HTML output)
- Really plain text
What's New in This Release:
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, and hierarchical counters.
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