Producing documentation and reusing information in XML, Part 1, Document publishing using XML

Create, format, and publish documents using XML standards and open source tools

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William von Hagen

Date archived: December 6, 2016 | Last updated: July 07, 2009|First published: March 24, 2009

XML provides a way to identify data items and subcomponents within any structured data set, but has its roots in documentation development and production. Robust, open standards for XML document markup and a rich set of freely available tools for XML document parsing and format conversion make it easy to install and configure a complete documentation development and formatting environment on any UNIX® or Linux® system.

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