On Fri, Sep 09, 2005 at 09:35:15PM +0000, W. Borgert wrote: > On Fri, Sep 09, 2005 at 11:27:10PM +0200, Martin Quinson wrote: > > Did you consider po4a to ease the translation work? It does support LaTeX > > (in addition to other formats), and AFAIK, it does support LaTeX. I'd be > > interested to know whether it supports CKJ languages (and fix it if not). > > The input of the reference card is UTF-8 DocBook XML, which is > translated into LaTeX using db2latex-xsl. For the DocBook XML > sources I think about using poxml. Does po4a support XML? Yes it does. The complete list so far is: - roff (man pages) - pod (perl online documentation) - sgml (docbook and debiandoc) - xml (a bunch of dtd, including docbook) - tex and latex We are working on wml for the debian web site and texinfo for gnu documentation. Several formats can be mixed in a translation project quite easily. Bye, Mt.
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