yelp-xsl 3.10.1 / 3.11.5

This project provides the core XSLT stylesheets that are used by the yelp and libyelp
yelp-xsl is an open source and small program designed as part of the Yelp project, providing core XSLT stylesheets used by the libyelp library and the yelp software.

Users will be able to build off of these stylesheets in order to create websites, such as library.gnome.org, or site-building tools, such as mallard-site-tool.

Yelp is an open source collection of documentation utilities for the GNOME desktop environment. Notably, it contains utilities for building documentation and all auxiliary files in your source tree.

The Yelp project also contains the libyelp GTK+ library that makes it easy to build a help viewer, or embed one in an application, and yelp-tools, a collection of command-line tools for checking and building documentation.

last updated on:
February 6th, 2014, 15:22 GMT
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developed by:
Shaun McCance
homepage:
projects.gnome.org
license type:
MIT/X Consortium License 
category:
ROOT \ Documentation

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What's New in version 3.11.5
  • Use to fix DocBook keycap styling, #709943
  • Removed the completely unused code watermark image
  • Made Mallard transform robust against multiple desc elements
  • Updated translations: zh_CN (Wylmer Wang)
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