txt2tags is a document generator: ONE source, MULTI targets
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README

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                        +----------------------+                        
                        | Txt2tags README file |                        
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                        | http://txt2tags.org |                         
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Txt2tags is a document generator. It reads a text file with
minimal markup as **bold** and //italic// and converts it
to the following formats:

   ASCII Art
   AsciiDoc
   Creole 1.0
   DocBook
   DokuWiki
   Google Wiki
   HTML
   LaTeX
   Lout
   MagicPoint
   MoinMoin
   PageMaker
   PmWiki
   Plain Text
   SGML
   UNIX Manpage
   Wikipedia / MediaWiki
   XHTML

You can use it as a Web component (PHP), as a GUI application
(windows and buttons) or as a command line program.

For more information, please visit the program website at
http://txt2tags.org

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Quick sample for the command line usage:

1. Write a text file like this (leave 1st line blank):

  = Hello =
  I'm a robot. You're my **master**!
  [smile.jpg]

2. Run this command:

  txt2tags --target html --no-headers file.t2t

3. The result is:

  <H1>Hello</H1>
  <P>
  I'm a robot. You're my <B>master</B>!
  <IMG ALIGN="middle" SRC="smile.jpg" BORDER="0" ALT="">
  </P>

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Txt2tags package structure:

   ChangeLog             Changes from previous versions
   COPYING               The GNU GPL License contents
   README                This file
   AUTHORS               The developers
   txt2tags              The program itself
                         (the only required file to run)
   doc/                  Documentation
   extras/               Syntax files and utilities
   po/                   Program translation files
   samples/              Sample file converted to all targets
   samples/img           "Powered by" button and other images
   samples/css           Sample CSS files for HTML and XHTML
   samples/module        Examples: txt2tags as a Python module
   test/                 The txt2tags test suite

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Authors: see the AUTHORS file.