On the "Convert DocBook to Markdown" item, there seems to be at least a
handful of tools that can convert from HTML to Markdown.  I'll see about
putting aside some time to play with a few to figure out if there is a
"better" or "best" option among them and, seeing if there is something that
can go directly from DocBook to Markdown without the extra step.

Are there any additional requirements, beyond just being able to convert?
Is this going to be a one time thing?  (I assume 'yes')  Does it need to be
scriptable? (again, I assume 'yes')

Darrell Hamilton,
Software Developer,
4over, Inc
818-246-1170 ext. 285

2011/8/19 Kornel Lesiński <kor...@geekhood.net>

> On Sat, 06 Aug 2011 17:07:05 +0100, Anton Andriyevskyy <x.meg...@gmail.com>
> wrote:
> (sorry for late reply, I've originally sent that e-mail from wrong
> account!)
>  I still want to help and finish translation of phptal documentation to
>> russian language (previously started and done 40% of chapters or so).
>> I see php introduced very good online tool to do such things:
>> https://edit.php.net/
>> If it is opensourced, maybe you can setup it so we all can help to
>> translate phptal documentation?
> PHP's tool looks like a quite complex beast. I think DocBook is too
> complex to maintain already, and instead of piling more tools to deal with
> it, I'd rather get rid of DocBook and switch to something simpler, e.g.
> Markdown.
> To do this, I need:
> * tool to convert DocBook to Markdown (or HTML to Markdown):
> https://svn.motion-twin.com/**phptal/trunk/doc/en/book.xml<https://svn.motion-twin.com/phptal/trunk/doc/en/book.xml>
> * tool to generate multi-page HTML with code syntax highlights from
> Markdown (existing scripts might be reusable:
> https://svn.motion-twin.com/**phptal/website/highlight.php<https://svn.motion-twin.com/phptal/website/highlight.php>
> )
> Any volunteers?
> --
> regards, Kornel
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