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AurigaDoc is a java-xml-xsl based documentation engine for writing xml documents, and converting them to other open formats like HTML and pdf. The idea is to keep a single document source (such as XML) and convert it to various formats using XSLT. While converting the XML to HTML, you have the option of either creating a single HTML file for the entire document or multiple HTML files, where each file contains a single section in the document with links to other sections.

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  •  22 May 2002 11:05

    Release Notes: This release supports more HTML tags when converting to PDF, advanced HTML formatting using CSS, and generating output in RTF format using jfor. There were also bugfixes.

    •  26 Jul 2001 15:57

      No changes have been submitted for this release.


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