DocBook Doclet (Herold) 6.1.0

Creates DocBook code from Java source documentation

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What's new in DocBook Doclet (Herold) 6.1.0:

  • New section detection via CSS class names.
  • If your HTML contains headings that are not using the h1-6 tags, but via CSS formatted p, div, or similar tags, the new section detection can help you to create the proper sectioning structure in DocBook.
  • List detection via CSS class names.
  • Sometimes HTML contains "lists", which truly are special formatted paragraphs.
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GPL (GNU General Public License) 
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Michael Fuchs
ROOT \ Text Editing&Processing \ Markup
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DocBook Doclet (Herold) - Example of mapping a to anchorDocBook Doclet (Herold) - Example of mapping a to linkDocBook Doclet (Herold) - Example of mapping a -> img to mediaobject -> link
DocBook Doclet (dbdoclet) creates DocBook code from Java source documentation. DocBook Doclet is helpful, if you want to print reference handbooks of your API. The program can be used as javadoc doclet or as standalone application.

The standalone application can be used as a converter to transform HTML documents to DocBook documents. Additionally DocBookDoclet comes with a Swing application called dbdoclet.TiDBit, which helps you to manage your documentation projects and to create PDF files.

Last updated on March 28th, 2013


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