make_faq is an HTML generator that builds chunks/chapters/questions-and-answers or whatever, and builds indexes to hold it all together. It's a fairly general purpose tool for creating a set of indexed pages, but it's common usage is to build FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) HTML from text documents. See the examples for a better understanding.
Site Index is a simple script which generates HTML pages showing a site index for all of your local domains. It uses the natural hierarchy of your filesystem, so if you've organized your pages well, the job is fully automated. It breaks the index into multiple pages to respect a links-per-page limit, and can do some sorting/management of the results according to domain/page "importance".
DocBook is an XML vocabulary which enables you to create document content in a presentation-neutral form that captures the logical structure of the content. Using the DocBook Project XSL stylesheets, you can publish DocBook content as HTML pages and PDF files and other formats, including man pages, HTML Help, and JavaHelp.
DocBook Doclet creates DocBook XML and class diagrams from Javadoc comments, converts HTML to DocBook, and transfoms DocBook XML into various output formats. It consists of a complete DocBook distribution containing schemas and the DocBook XSL stylesheets. It also integrates Apache FOP as the XSL:FO processor. A Swing application is used to customize the doclet and most of the DocBook XSL parameters and to start the transformations.
Lazyread auto-scrolls files or command output to the screen. It features different scroll modes, configurable scroll speed and colors, the ability to pause, the ability to search, and more. It can render text, HTML, PDF, gzip, tar, zip, ar, bzip2, MS-Word, nroff (man pages), binary executables, directories, .deb, .so, .rpm, piped output from other programs, and more. It's an auto-scroller, pager, and e-book reader all in one.
The sgml-common package gathers very basic stuff necessary to work with SGML and XML, such as xml.dcl, a SGML declaration of XML; iso-entities, a list of the basic SGML ISO entities; and install-catalog, a script used to add entries to (or remove entries from) centralized catalogs whose entries are pointers to SGML open catalogs, as defined by OASIS. It also includes sgmlwhich, a small script which prints where the SGML main configuration file is located (provided for compatibility with non-FHS systems).
MagicHat is a programmer's research and reference tool. With MagicHat, you can navigate through a Cocoa's application programming interface (API), review the declarations of language elements such as methods, functions, and constants, and retrieve relevant passages from the Cocoa developer documentation. MagicHat helps you unravel unfamiliar code, whether building blocks from the Cocoa software kits, programming examples, or programs written by your own development team.