Atox is a fully customizable tool for converting plain text to XML. Analoguous to XSLT processors, the Atox command line program uses a simple XML language to describe the format of the input text and the desired transformations and tagging.
|Tags||Text Processing Markup XML Utilities|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent Unix|
Release Notes: This release adds support for XSLT fragments in Atox format files, as well as non-greedy repetition. There are some new config options.
Release Notes: The error handling is slightly more user-friendly. Some basic improvements have been added to the command line interface. Newline handling has been optimized. The utility tags 'ax:block', 'ax:sob' (start-of-block), and 'ax:eob' (end-of-block) have been added. An important bug in the indentation code has been fixed that affected 'ax:indented'. Empty sequences are legal. Support has been added for config files.
Release Notes: This release has support for backtracking, more powerful support for matching contiguous elements, and for matching indent/dedent pairs.