modular DocBook DSSSL stylesheets, for print and HTML
DescriptionThis package provides DSSSL stylesheets which let you convert DocBook SGML or XML files to various formats. This package contains two DocBook DSSSL stylesheets, one for "print" output and one for HTML. The print stylesheet can be used in conjunction with the RTF and the TeX back-ends that OpenJade provides to produce output suitable for printing. The HTML stylesheet can be used to convert DocBook documents into HTML. The stylesheets are modular in design so that you can extend and customize them. Note that you can also perform DocBook XML styling using the "docbook-xsl" package, which provides the XSL stylesheets. The XSL stylesheets are more actively maintained and contain more new features than these DSSSL stylesheets.
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