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eCromedos is a document preparation system that allows concurrent publication of documents in print and web
eCromedos is a document preparation system that allows concurrent publication of documents in print and web.
Documents are written in an XML-conforming markup language and converted to HTML or printable document formats by means of a special software.
eCromedoss defines document formats for a range of document classes, which are formally layed down in a set of Document Type Definitions (DTD). The mapping of raw documents to representational formats is done via XSL-transformations.
The eCromedos Document Processor (EDP) is a modified XSL-transformer with a plugins-based architecture, through which it offers enhanced functionality which could not be realised with XSL-transformations alone. The most salient feature is the possibility to have listings in various programming languages syntactically highlighted during transformation.
For production of printable documents, the EDP generates LATEX as an intermediate format, which can be further processed into high-quality PostScript and PDF by use of the TEX typesetting system. All that is needed is a functional TEX-installation. The user does not need any previous knowledge about TEX or LATEX.
What's New in This Release:
This release contains a number of major bugfixes and a couple of minor corrections and additions to the documentation.
Users of version 1.0.0 are encouraged to upgrade.
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