Tubaina is a textbook generator which receives a simple markup language syntax and outputs Xhtml and Latex.
- August 07, 2012 A lot of bugs fixed and new features added since last update of this changelog, here are some of them:
- it's possible to define boolean variables (in a similar way as C ifdef) to be avaiable at ftl templates with the option -e <var1> <var2>...
- new output option (-kindle) added to generate html output focused on building ebooks such as .epub or .mobi formats.
- a book may be splitted in multiple parts simply by adding [part <title>] tag at the beggining of a chapter.
- a new tag to render code published at gist: [gist <gist-id>]
- September 15, 2011 Dropped support for one section per page, HTML. Instead, the -html option will generate an experimental one-page textbook (in which we're working :) ).
- April 28, 2011 Support to syntax highlighting using Pygments (in many many languages).
- October 24, 2010 Discontinuation of Maven as a build tool. Gradle is the new choice.
- Aug 17, 2009 New output format --htmlflat (HTML output with one page per chapter).
- Aug 6, 2009 Support for more than one chapter per afc file has been dropped. Please split your chapters in multiple files.
This project is built using Gradle (0.9rc1+). In order for it to behave like an Eclipse project you'll need to have Gradle installed (instructions to be found at: http://www.gradle.org/installation.html) and then run:
$ cd path/to/tubaina $ gradle eclipse
You need pygments to run the tests, you can install it through easy_install (you should be able to install easy_install with your SO package manager):
$ easy_install Pygments==1.5
In order to build the distribution version do:
$ cd path/to/tubaina $ gradle clean build zip
This will run the tests and, among other stuff, build a *.zip file with Tubaina's jar and all necessary libraries under