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Pod::2::DocBook - Convert Pod data to DocBook SGML ++

Pod::2::DocBook is a module for translating Pod-formatted documents to DocBook 4.2 SGML (see <http://www.docbook.org/>). It is primarily a back end for pod2docbook, but, as a Pod::Parser subclass, it can be used on its own. The only public extensions...

JKUTEJ/Pod-2-DocBook-0.03 - 02 May 2009 13:45:42 GMT - Search in distribution

Pod::ToDocBook::Pod2xml - Converter POD data to XML::ExtON events. ++

Pod::ToDocBook::Pod2xml - Converter POD data to XML::ExtON events. XML FORMAT * =begin, =end, =for pod: =begin table params, params some text =end xml: <begin params='params, params' name='table'><![CDATA[some text ]]></begin> pod: =for someformat te...

ZAG/Pod-ToDocBook-0.9 - 18 Jan 2010 17:55:58 GMT - Search in distribution

kwim - Know What I Mean?! 1 ++

Kwim is a plain text markup language that converts to many formats: * HTML * Rich - Lots of classes and annotations * Sparse - Just the tags and content * Custom - HTML the way you want it * MarkDown * GitHub Flavored * Pod * DocBook * Pod * Manpage ...

INGY/Kwim-0.0.15 - 25 Jun 2014 23:39:26 GMT - Search in distribution

swim - See What I Mean?! ++

Swim is a plain text markup language that converts to many formats: * HTML * Rich - Lots of classes and annotations * Sparse - Just the tags and content * Custom - HTML the way you want it * MarkDown * GitHub Flavored Markdown * Pod * Formatted Plain...

INGY/Swim-0.1.8 - 08 Jul 2014 05:48:56 GMT - Search in distribution

dir.pl - testing program for the Meta::Utils::File::Dir.pm module. ++

This is a test suite for the Meta::Utils::File::Dir.pm package. Currently it only tests the fixdir method by giving it some samples and seeing the result. OPTIONS help (type: bool, default: 0) display help message pod (type: bool, default: 0) display...

VELTZER/Meta-0.08 - 31 Dec 2002 10:05:41 GMT - Search in distribution

pod2docbook - Convert POD data to DocBook SGML ++

pod2docbook converts files from pod format (see perlpod) to DocBook 4.2 SGML (see <http://www.docbook.org/>). The program itself is merely a driver for the Pod::DocBook class; if you're interested in details of pod-to-SGML translation see Pod::DocBoo...

NANDU/Pod-DocBook-1.2 - 16 Mar 2004 22:28:08 GMT - Search in distribution

Text::WikiFormat - module for translating Wiki formatted text into other formats ++

The original Wiki web site had a very simple interface to edit and to add pages. Its formatting rules are simple and easy to use. They are also easy to translate into other, more complicated markup languages with this module. It creates HTML by defau...

CYCLES/Text-WikiFormat-0.81 - 25 Nov 2013 13:33:12 GMT - Search in distribution

XML::Grammar::Fiction - CPAN distribution implementing an XML grammar and a lightweight markup language for stories, novels and other fiction. ++

XML::Grammar::Fiction is a CPAN distribution that facilitates writing prose fiction (= stories, novels, novellas, etc.). What it does is: 1. Convert a well-formed plain text format to a specialized XML format. 2. Convert the XML to DocBook/XML or dir...

SHLOMIF/XML-Grammar-Fiction-0.14.8 - 01 Feb 2014 13:15:15 GMT - Search in distribution

Text::MediawikiFormat - Translate Wiki markup into other text formats ++

<http://wikipedia.org> and its sister projects use the PHP Mediawiki to format their pages. This module attempts to duplicate the Mediawiki formatting rules. Those formatting rules can be simple and easy to use, while providing more advanced options ...

DPRICE/Text-MediawikiFormat-v1.0 - 19 Jun 2008 20:30:27 GMT - Search in distribution


Object::PerlDesignPatterns - Perl architecture for structuring and refactoring large programs 2 ++

PerlDesignPatterns is a free book sporting: Ideas for keeping programs fun to hack on even after they grow large. Object, lambda, hybrid structures, Perl specific methods of refactoring, object tricks, anti-patterns, non-structural recurring code pat...

SWALTERS/Object-PerlDesignPatterns-0.03   (3 reviews) - 23 Jun 2003 13:02:16 GMT - Search in distribution




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