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(2011-01-22 09:06, noarch)
jDocBook Maven Plugin maven-jdocbook-plugin homepage Download maven-jdocbook-plugin-2.1.2-3.jpp6.noarch.rpm Download maven-jdocbook-plugin-2.1.2-3.jpp6.src.rpm
(2011-01-22 09:06, noarch)
Javadoc for maven-jdocbook-plugin maven-jdocbook-plugin-javadoc homepage Download maven-jdocbook-plugin-javadoc-2.1.2-3.jpp6.noarch.rpm Download maven-jdocbook-plugin-2.1.2-3.jpp6.src.rpm
(2011-01-22 09:06, noarch)
Artifacts to be uploaded to a repository library maven-jdocbook-plugin-repolib homepage Download maven-jdocbook-plugin-repolib-2.1.2-3.jpp6.noarch.rpm Download maven-jdocbook-plugin-2.1.2-3.jpp6.src.rpm

RPM Information for maven-jdocbook-plugin-2.1.2-3.jpp6.src.rpm

Name: maven-jdocbook-pluginDistribution: JPackage
Version: 2.1.2Vendor: JPackage Project
Release: 3.jpp6Build date: Sat Jan 22 09:06:26 2011
Epoch: 0Build host:
Group: Development/ToolsRPM file: maven-jdocbook-plugin-2.1.2-3.jpp6.src.rpm
Size: 58543Source RPM: (none)
Section: freeLicense: LGPLv2+
Packager: David Walluck <david at>
Summary: jDocBook Maven Plugin
DocBook is, in part, "an XML vocabulary that lets you create
documents in a presentation-neutral form that captures the
logical structure of your content". Another aspect of DocBook
is the rendering of that content into various formats using
DocBook-supplied (or custom) XSLT stylesheets. Basically,
DocBook allows you to write and maintain a single source for
documentation, and to then render that single source into
multiple formats such as PDF or HTML.

The purpose of the jDocBook Plugin is to allow these DocBook
transformations to occur as a natural part of the users Maven
build. The main difficulty with this has always been the fact
that DocBook transformations are usually very closely tied to
the user's local environment. The design goal with writing
this plugin was to utilize Maven's dependency mechanism to
bring all the pieces together on demand. Those pieces are:

1. the DocBook distribution;
2. custom XSLT;
3. custom fonts;
4. custom images;
5. custom css.

These are the ingredients that when mixed wit

Change Log for maven-jdocbook-plugin-2.1.2-3.jpp6.src.rpm

* Sat Jan 22 2011 David Walluck <dwalluck at> 0:2.1.2-3
- update docbook-xsl patch

* Fri Jan 21 2011 David Walluck <dwalluck at> 0:2.1.2-2
- add patch for upstream docbook-xsl
- add repolib
- patch POM to use upstream docbook XML POMs
- BuildRequires: maven2-plugin-release
- remove Requires: jbossorg-docbook-xslt, jbossorg-jdocbook-style
- fix maven depmap
- fix file list for brew
- copy pom with correct permissions
- Requires: jbossorg-docbook-xslt
- Requires: jbossorg-jdocbook-style
- Adjust dependencies to EAP project

* Thu Dec 18 2008 Ralph Apel <r.apel at> 0:2.1.2-1.jpp5
- First release

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