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Latest commit 1824ba8 Jan 12, 2017 @infotexture infotexture ⬆️ Upgrade DITA-OT Gradle Plugin to 0.4.1
Resolves performance issue by disabling Apache Commons logging
(See eerohele/dita-ot-gradle@09a3ba3)

This also reverts commit c27cedc.
(Restore PDF output in default Gradle build task)

Signed-off-by: Roger Sheen <roger@infotexture.net>
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README.md

DITA Open Toolkit Docs Build Status

This repository tracks the source files for the DITA Open Toolkit documentation.

Contribution Guidelines

We welcome contributions to the DITA-OT documentation. Please review the guidelines for contributing to this repository before creating issues or opening pull requests.

For best results, follow the coding guidelines and best practices outlined in the docs project wiki:

Building the documentation output

To generate additional topics and build the HTML and PDF versions of the documentation as included in DITA-OT releases, run the Ant build script from the root level of the docs repository by entering ant on the command line.

You can also specify a single output format. To build HTML output, enter the following on the command line:

ant html

Output will be generated in the /out folder of the docs repository. This folder is created automatically if it doesn't exist. (Git ignores the contents of this folder so you don't inadvertently commit these transient files.)

NOTE: The build script assumes that the $DITA_HOME environment variable or the dita.home Ant property points to a working DITA-OT installation. If neither is set or you need to override the value, you can also set it on the command line.

either:

export DITA_HOME=/path/to/dita-ot
ant ...

or:

ant -Ddita.home=/path/to/dita-ot