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Universaltext Interpreter

Universaltext Interpreter is a tool to produce written output (e.g. a prose book to be published, a dictionary in both electronic and paper format, or a Web site). It automates logical interdependencies and lets authors concentrate on the content and its structure. To use, an author writes the source information in plain text files or in word processor documents. The content structure is provided with an embedded unobtrusive prefix notation or with self-defined formats. You can navigate and query the source text structure with a script and generate from a single source multiple documents in different formats that extract all or some part of the contents.

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  •  07 Aug 2011 11:27

    Release Notes: Enhancements were made in settings and in the CMS add-in module. Some bugs were fixed.

    •  09 Sep 2010 06:08

      Release Notes: Two bugfixes.

      •  30 Aug 2010 04:57

        Release Notes: A new script language was added for generating and transforming text units. A new interactive shell was added. Support was added for add-in modules.

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