XMLmind DITA Converter
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  • Large number of output formats: XHTML 1.0, XHTML 1.1, HTML 4.01, XHTML 5, Web Help, Java™ Help, HTML Help, Eclipse Help, EPUB 2 (standard e-book format), EPUB 3, PDF, PostScript®, RTF (can be opened in Word 2000+), WordprocessingML (can be opened in Word 2003+), Office Open XML (.docx, can be opened in Word 2007+), OpenOffice (.odt, can be opened in OpenOffice.org 2+).

    Sample files generated by XMLmind DITA Converter: the DITA 1.3 specification.

  • Fully supports DITA 1.3 Technical Content Open in a new window. More information in "About DITA support in XMLmind DITA Converter".
  • Has no problem processing a DITA document pointing to a RELAX NG schema, rather than to a DTD or W3C XML Schema:
    <?xml-model href="urn:oasis:names:tc:dita:rng:topic.rng"?>
    <topic id="MyTopic">
  • Can automatically generate: Table of Contents, Index, List of Figures, List of Tables, List of Examples, List of Equations.
  • Powerful, yet easy to use, command-line tool. (The ditac command-line tool performs all the steps needed to create the deliverable.)
  • Can convert maps, bookmaps but also a list of one or more topic files (in such case, a map is generated on the fly).
  • Multi-platform. Runs on any Java™ 1.6+ platform.
  • Designed to be easily embedded in any Java™, desktop or server-side, application. That is, ditac is not only a command-line tool intended to be used by authors, but also a software component intended to be programmed by developers.
  • XMLmind DITA Converter is free, open source, software licensed under the very liberal terms of the Mozilla Public License version 2.0.


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