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Old 06-14-2008, 03:56 AM   #1
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DocBook XSL 1.74.0 adds ePub support!

Those gagging for some hot ePub action will be pleased to know that the experimental version of DocBook XSL has added ePub support and is ready for immediate consumption. Thanks to Nick Bogaty from Adobe for sending us a link to the following Adobe blog entry:

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If you're using the DocBook XSL distribution you've probably already seen that DocBook XSL 1.74.0 has been released with ePub support. Note that the 1.74.0 release is an experimental release, and is made available for testing and evaluation. See the release notes for a note about DocBook dot-0 releases.

The 1.74.0 release can be found in the project site downloads.

The ePub target has been tested against a number of files, but I would encourage those of you who use DocBook to try out the new target and to submit any issues you find to the tracking system on the DocBook project site. The only way we'll know if it doesn't work for you is if you tell us.
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That's great news for ePub. It will be MUCH easier for the publishing industry to embrace ePub now that such a XSL is available.
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