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Utility xmlto is a simple shell script for converting XML files to various formats. It serves as an easy-to-use command-line frontend to make fine output without remembering many long options and searching for the syntax of the backends.

Currently, it supports conversion from docbook, xhtml1, and fo format to various output formats (awt, fo, htmlhelp, javahelp, mif, pdf, svg, xhtml, dvi, html, html-nochunks, man, pcl, ps, txt, xhtml-nochunks). Some output formats may be unavailable if you don't have all prerequisites installed, as xmlto uses backends (xsltproc, passivetex/fop/dblatex) for processing.

You could check and generate the offline version of documentation with xmlto from doc/xmlif.xml sources. However, if you received the xmlif as a part of the distribution, you should already have the xmlif(1) manpage on your machine.

If you received xmlto as a part of the distribution, you should already have the xmlto(1) manpage on your machine.

xmlif

xmlif utility filters XML according to conditionalizing markup. This can be useful for formatting one of several versions of an XML document depending on conditions passed to the command.

You could check and generate the offline version of documentation with xmlto from doc/xmlif.xml sources. However, if you received xmlif as a part of distribution, you should already have xmlif(1) manpage on your machine.

How to contact authors

Since xmlto 0.19, xmlto is maintained by Ondřej Vašík (ovasik@redhat.com) and since 0.29 co-maintained by Ondřej Sloup (osloup@redhat.com).

You can contact me directly via email or leave a issue on the project's Pagure instance at https://pagure.io/xmlto/new_issue. A registered fedoraproject.org account is required for this.