xlHtml converts an Excel spreadsheet file (.xls) into highly-optimized HTML. It includes scripts to allow it to be used as a Netscape or mutt plugin and as a xls handler for Apache. The program currently supports string, blank, boolean, error, integer, floating point, hyperlinks, and formula cells. It can also output in XML, tab delimited, or comma separated values (CSV).
Staroffice/Openoffice to HTML Converter converts a Staroffice/Openoffice.org document to HTML, using xsltproc for the XML conversion and ImageMagick's convert to convert images. It creates a table of contents with links, and handles tables, styles, spans, and many other XML elements from a writer file.
XMLDB uses an RDBMS to persist arbitrary XML documents. Due to its storage mechanism, searching for and recalling documents is extremely quick. You can also perform XSL translation on documents with surprising speed. The library can be used in any program to store libxml2 documents. A PHP module is also included, making XMLDB into a complete three-tier Web application development suite.
The Styler Ant Task makes useful combinations of XSLT and other transformations easy to specify in an Ant build file. Styler can handle multiple transformations, in parallel or pipelined, split or merge files, process non-XML files such as HTML (based on JTidy), apply non-XSLT transformation, such as "regular fragmentations" and use any custom XMLReader or XMLFilter class to handle new file formats and transformation techniques.
IDX-DocBook2LaTeX is a stylesheet which translates DocBook documents into LaTeX. It is written in Perl, using the XML::XPathScript package from AxKit. It features the ability to handle tables, indices, figures, footnotes, and more. The XSLT-like templating philosophy built into XPathScript makes it easy to extend.
JHighlight is an embeddable Java syntax highlighting library that supports Java, Groovy, C++, HTML, XHTML, XML, and LZX languages and outputs to XHTML. The library can be used in several ways: embedded into another tool (for instance a blog or forum), through the command-line to generate highlighted files locally, or as a servlet filter to highlight source files on your server on-the- fly. It also supports RIFE templates tags and highlights them clearly so that you can easily identify the difference between your RIFE markup and the actual marked up source.
xml2sql-v is based on expat and is a quick and dirty solution to transform the content of any well-formed XML file into SQL INSERT statements such that you can postprocess the content of the XML data with SQL. The XML file is neither tested for correctness nor is it checked to contain anything reasonable. The insert statements will have the UTF-8 characterset but there are 3 more utilities (entityfix, latin1-utf8, and utf8-latin1), to fix broken HTML entities within the XML files, convert "forgotten" Latin1-Characters into proper XML entities, and convert the output back to Latin1 for easy insertion into the database.