AsciiDoc 8.6.9

A CLI tool for writing man pages, books, articles and short documents on Linux/UNIX
AsciiDoc - The AsciiDoc markup syntax summary, as viewed from the Linux Terminal
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AsciiDoc is an open source command-line utility written in Python as a text document format, which can be used for writing manual pages, articles, short documents and books.

The files generated with the AsciiDoc software can be translated to HTML, XHTML and DocBook markups, simply by using the asciidoc command-line tool (see its man page for detailed examples).

Because the tool uses no weird format notations or markup tags, users will be able to write AsciiDoc documents the same way they would write a normal text document.

Being written in Python, AsciiDoc is a platform-independent application that supports Linux/UNIX, Microsoft Windows and Mac OS X operating systems.

last updated on:
November 14th, 2013, 15:58 GMT
license type:
GPL (GNU General Public License) 
developed by:
Stuart Rackham
ROOT \ Text Editing&Processing \ Markup
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What's New in version 8.3.4
  • Additions and changes:
  • Implemented a title float style. A floating title (or bridgehead) is rendered just like a normal section but is not formally associated with a text body and is not part of the regular section hierarchy so the normal ordering rules do not apply.
  • Implemented inline comment macro so comment lines can now appear inside block elements.
  • Comment lines are sent to the output if the showcomments attribute is defined (comment blocks are never sent to the output).
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