1. Howto Validate AsciiDoc3 DocBook 5.1

    Published: 2020-08-06

    DocBook is the de-facto standard for technical documentation; AsciiDoc3 uses DocBook version 4.5 by default - and this is sufficient for many (or the most) use cases. But 4.5 is feature frozen, the current version is DocBook 5.1. If you want to use the flexibility and the more …

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  2. New Release 3.2.0 is in

    Published: 2020-04-16

    The new release is out:

    You’ll see some new features:

    • Full DocBook v5.1 support,

    • DocBook45 and DocBook51 validator (RelaxNG and Schematron included!),

    • Full support for installing via a Windows virtual envronment (venv),

    • Faster than ever,

    To obtain the new version look here

    Keywords: AsciiDoc3 3 …

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  3. Transition to New Release Starts

    Published: 2020-04-14

    Good news right now as the Easter holiday begins: the transition to the new AsciiDoc3 release 3.2.0 starts today. From now on you can download the release candidate on our server. This is not a beta, all of our tests look good - but we want to be sure …

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  4. AsciiDoc(3) standardization process

    Published: 2020-02-16

    The AsciiDoc MarkUp Language has become one of the leading tools for (not only) technical documentation and writing. But - perhaps you wonder at this - there exists no language definition or standardization. To change this, a working group using the Eclipse Foundation Specification Process was initiated, see more info here.

    AsciiDoc3 …

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  5. a2x3.py: Explore the Power

    Published: 2019-12-16

    The repo contains a new file: ./tests/testa2x3.py You guessed it - it contains an easy approach to test (or to explore!) the power of a2x3.py. It shows very fast (using concurrent.futures) the potential of this probably underrated tool: producing god looking (x)html, pdf, text, dvi, ps …

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