Fri Mar 16 08:20:03 CET 2007
James Gilmore schrieb:
> On 3/15/07, Timo Stollenwerk <timo at zmag.de> wrote:
>>> Hi Calum, Hi Steve,
>>> i've wrote some xslt stylesheets as a proof-of-concept to transform the
>>> scribus fileformat into something a cms can handle easily:
>>> Until now this approach is independent from the choosen cms. Please
>>> contribute your usecases to the wiki (if you don't have write access,
>>> mail them to me), so that we can decide together what cms fits best for
>>> our needs.
> Yes! This is right on target. Barring a tool to import/parse/export docbook directly within Scribus, this is the best option. The ability to convert between .sla and xml in general is useful, but docbook is king, on account of bibliographies, tables of contents, glossaries, etc.
> I'm very interested in those stylesheets. Did you upload them or are they available?
And don't forget to get XSL-FO involved ;-)
I played around with the Apache FOP (just my first experience:
http://www.thomas-zastrow.de/st) and think that it is a very interesting
technology, also in combination with sla-files.
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