Micheal mentioned XEP, and I'll mention Antenna House's XSL Formatter. The
latest version has a beta MathML module. It also is a commercial product.
Both of those products handle most of the XSL-FO 1.0 spec and produce high
quality output suitable for publication.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Wolfgang Jeltsch" <wolf...@jeltsch.net>
To: "DocBook Applications Mailing List" <docb...@lists.oasis-open.org>
Sent: Monday, October 25, 2004 12:19 PM
Subject: Re: [docbook-apps] many problems with converting DocBook XML to PDF
why did nobody answer my mail?
Meanwhile, I experimented with other ways of converting DocBook XML to PDF
found out that neither of them is really satisfying.
So I ask myself what you people out there do to convert your DocBook XML
to PDF. Or if you can live with line breaks after list bullets, strings
"--4pc" inserted in your output, missing author lines etc. etc.? If you
accept overly large spacing? If nobody of you uses MathML embedded in
DocBook XML or if those who do can live with formula output which looks
it would appear in your children's excercise-books? (If you don't know
I mean, see http://jeuclid.sourceforge.net/screenshot01.jpg.)
I would be really be happy if someone could take the time and tell me a
generate PDF from DocBook XML (preferably with MathML) that actually works