Off topic: How to build my doc like the OmegaT manual?
Thread poster: Alexandre Oberlin

Alexandre Oberlin  Identity Verified
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Dec 20, 2018

Hi all,

I am currently struggling with the documentation for one of my apps and its translation. I once used a KDE DTD with Docbook but it is getting a hassle, at least for non-KDE apps. Does somebody know what DTD/CAT/XSL I should use in order to easily translate the Docbook master in OmegaT and get clean HTML/PDF output like the OmegaT manual at https:
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Hi all,

I am currently struggling with the documentation for one of my apps and its translation. I once used a KDE DTD with Docbook but it is getting a hassle, at least for non-KDE apps. Does somebody know what DTD/CAT/XSL I should use in order to easily translate the Docbook master in OmegaT and get clean HTML/PDF output like the OmegaT manual at https://omegat.sourceforge.io/manual-latest/fr/chapter.about.OmegaT.html ?

Alexandre
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I think… Dec 21, 2018

…that your question relates more to development than to usage. You should better join the developers list and/or the localization list at Sourceforge [1], there you'll get a quicker answer.

[1] https://sourceforge.net/p/omegat/mailman/


Alexandre Oberlin
 

Didier Briel  Identity Verified
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Look at the source documentation folder Dec 21, 2018

Alexandre Oberlin wrote:
I am currently struggling with the documentation for one of my apps and its translation. I once used a KDE DTD with Docbook but it is getting a hassle, at least for non-KDE apps. Does somebody know what DTD/CAT/XSL I should use in order to easily translate the Docbook master in OmegaT and get clean HTML/PDF output like the OmegaT manual at https://omegat.sourceforge.io/manual-latest/fr/chapter.about.OmegaT.html ?

It's reasonably (for a developer) documented in a readme in the /doc_src folder of OmegaT:
https://sourceforge.net/p/omegat/svn/HEAD/tree/trunk/doc_src/

If you have further questions, I recommend following esperantisto's advice.

Didier


Alexandre Oberlin
 

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Great link Jan 4

Thanks a lot for the link, plenty of info from there:
https://sourceforge.net/p/omegat/mailman/search/?q=docbook&mail_list=omegat-l10n

Answering late is bad yet allows me to wish you a happy new year!

Alexandre


 

Alexandre Oberlin  Identity Verified
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Problem should soon be solved Jan 4

Didier Briel wrote:
If you have further questions, I recommend following esperantisto's advice.


Thank you Didier, the forum is indeed a goldmine and will allow me to drop my current quick and dirty solution.

Not sorry to reply so late as I can wish you all a happy new year!

Alexandre


 


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