The docbooktoc.xsl is an XSLT file for generating an XHTML table of contents from DocBook XML documents. It is used by the LayManSys project for the documentation. docbooktoc generates an XHTML document containing the books' meta information (in DocBook XML, this is the subnode bookinfo) and then lists all of the books' chapters and sections in an ordered list. The meta information is both used for generating the head as well as the document header (in the XHTML body), and the output is the same as what the DocBook XSLT driver for XHTML generates.
The xsd2db package is used for converting XML Schema Definition files into DocBook XML code. The transformer can also be used to generate DocBook XML from plain XML files. It marks up tag names, attribute names, attribute values, and annotation, if parsing XSD code. The resulting DocBook XML code may be styled so that you have syntax highlighted XML code.
The PHP program inidoc is contributed with LayManSys, and is used internally for documenting configuration files in a so-called INI format. This file format is typically used for config files under MS Windows or by PHP Web applications. inidoc uses special comments in the INI files and generates DocBook XML output. The program's output format is DocBook XML, where each INI file is documented within a section. Normal text is put into para tags, and the key-value pairs are described using a glosslist.
The docbookm package is contributed with LayManSys and contains very simple XSLT drivers for generating XHTML chunks from DocBook XML. This package does not require an installation; you only have to unzip the package's contents into a directory of your choice and start using it. There is no special documentation available. Use the file abstract.xsl for transforming an abstract and section.xsl for transforming sections. All other .xsl files are only includes needed by those two.
The DataOne Software XML VIN Decoder service is platform independent software. A VIN is simply passed to the software and a response is provided in XML format. This service represents a way to gain instant access to tier one industry automotive data without the overhead of development and server infrastructure.
NOAH is a Web-based document management system that is feature-rich, easy to use, and simple to install. Through a browser interface, users can easily create, update, lock, search, and manage document revisions for access by multiple users across many geographical sites. NOAH includes many powerful features such as client scripting, hierarchical document access control, and email notification. Administrators can manage users and archives and monitor database activity through an extensive suite of tools.
Rextile allows you to build XHTML documents and entire Web sites with ease. You write text using Textile (a format much more concise than XHTML), automate document parts with Ruby scripting, and generate the site offline (the server gets static XHTML). Rextile was inspired by Xilize. It uses RedCloth to convert Textile to XHTML, erb to run script blocks, and Hpricot for DOM manipulation.