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       docbook2texi-spec.pl - convert DocBook Booksto Texinfo documents

       sgmlspl docbook2man-spec.pl

       nsgmls [ sgml document ]| sgmlspl docbook2texi-spec.pl [ basename ]

       docbook2texi is a sgmlspl spec file that produces GNU Texinfo documents from DocBook docu-

       The program reads ESIS produced by nsgmls (or other SGML  parsers)  from  standard  input.
       Currently the document element must be Book, otherwise the results are undefined.

       Its output, the converted Texinfo document, is written to standard output.

       The  file basename.refs will also be created, which contains all the nodes in the document
       and their immediate 'child' nodes.  As node processing always require forward  references,
       docbook2texi  must be run twice for each document: the first time to build the references,
       and the second to actually generate a valid document.

       The SGMLSpm package from CPAN.  This package includes the  sgmlspl  script  that  is  also

       Trying  docbook2man  on	non-DocBook or non-conformant SGML results in undefined behavior.

       This program is a slow, dodgy Perl script.

       This program does not come close to supporting all the possible markup in DocBook, and may
       produce wrong output in some cases with supported markup.

       o How the hell do you represent a backslash (\) in Texinfo!!@?  I've tried \\ but TeX com-
	 plains about it.

       o Fix breakages found in the test documents.

       o Add new element handling and fix existing handling.  Be robust.

       o Make it faster. I think most of the speed problems so far is with parsing ESIS.  Rewrite
	 SGMLS.pm with C and/or get input directly from SP.

       o There	are  some  dependencies  on  elements  occurring  when they are actually optional
	 (according to the DTD).  We need to fix  that	(preferably)  or  prominently  state  the

       o Allow other more common document elements.

       o Separate  out	node  referencing  to  a  separate  script.   Not  only  would it make it
	 faster/easier to maintain because it's separate from the main code,  but  also  I  would
	 like it to evolve into an automatic DocBook ToC generator.

       Copyright (C) 1998-1999 Steve Cheng <steve@ggi-project.org>

       This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of
       the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation;  either  ver-
       sion 2, or (at your option) any later version.

       You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License along with this program;
       see the file COPYING.  If not, please write to the Free Software Foundation, 675 Mass Ave,
       Cambridge, MA 02139, USA.

					 05 February 2003		  DOCBOOK2TEXI-SPEC.PL(1)
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