When LaTeX is too much, Prince is too expensive (or you prefer open-source applications) while you like its extensibility, Zit-Argan (or Argan, or Zit) is here to fulfill your needs.
When it's mature, Zit should have CSS styling and an extensible markup.
This is NOT available now !
output: example.pdf css: <%= css('fancy') %> document: - orientation: landscape plugin: credits: - author: Me - author: My friend - title: 42 - date: <%= Time.now %> --- = This is a chapter attribute = %% and this is a comment == ((get subchapter_name)) == This is an //italic text//. And a **bold** one. And this is <span class='test'>raw XHTML</span>
Will generate the corresponding XHTML (with the header options), clean it up, pass it to Prawn and generate the final document.
The Object#css method returns the Argan “fancy” style path.
Copyright © 2009 Othmane Benkirane. See LICENSE for details.