Lexxia: an XML Processor for File Conversion and generation of LaTex

Discussion in 'XML' started by John Redmond, Mar 26, 2009.

  1. John Redmond

    John Redmond Guest

    Announcing Lexxia: free and open-source software for converting XML,
    HTML and (almost plain) text to LaTeX -- without using XSLT.

    It was written in C++ and is VERY fast;
    It was developed in Linux and ported to Windows;
    Lexxia is primarily an XML/XSLT processor, but also functions as a
    stream editor in conjunction with sed/grep.
    Lexxia will most certainly remove your smoker's cough.

    Find out more at www.limpidsoft.com.au.

    John Redmond
    Sydney, Australia.
     
    John Redmond, Mar 26, 2009
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