xmlroff is listed on Ohloh at http://www.ohloh.net/projects/xmlroff. IMO, the project cost is overstated and the user count is understated. If you are registered with Ohloh (or if you’re willing to register), consider clicking on the image below and adding xmlroff to your Ohloh stack. Continue reading “xmlroff on Ohloh”
xmlroff 0.6.0 is at http://xmlroff.org/download/xmlroff-0.6.0.tar.gz.
xmlroff 0.6.0 features a BSD license without a restriction against use in a nuclear facility, an
xmlroff.1 man page, and graphics rendering in the Cairo backend.
Thanks go to Jon Bosak and Mike Anastasio of Sun Microsystems for Sun’s re-release of its xmlroff source code under the no-restrictions BSD license and to lode leroy for graphics in the Cairo backend.
xmlroff is discussed on the email@example.com mailing list (subscription required) and on the
#xmlroff channel at oftc.net.