[oXygen-user] oXygen XML Editor 17 support for DITA-OT 2.1?
Oxygen XML Editor Support (Radu Coravu)
Mon May 11 06:21:02 CDT 2015
Thank you for the kind words.
Please see some answers below:
> I know oXygen 17 has support for DITA-OT 2.0, but I'm wondering if that support extends to 2.1, which is required to use the dita-ot-markdown plugin.
I remember I tested at some point and Jarno's mark down to DITA plugin
worked also with 2.0. But 2.1 should also work with Oxygen 17, just go
to the Preferences->"DITA" page and set the main DITA OT folder to point
to the downloaded DITA OT distribution.
By the way, as a possible alternative, in Oxygen 17.0 we also added a
custom conversion URL handler which could be used to point to different
resources from a DITA Map and dynamically convert them to DITA.
Some samples (among which conversion from Markdown to DITA) and a
presentation can be found here:
> As a secondary question, does anyone know of a transformation to get from DITA to Commonmark?
I think that Jarno Elovirta's plugin does both:
> DITA-OT Markdown plug-in contains
> a custom parser for Markdown to allow using Markdown DITA as a source document format,
> and a transtype to generate Markdown from DITA source.
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On 5/8/2015 7:00 PM, Jim Henderson wrote:
> Really loving oXygen 17 here after just a week of use - the changes to
> the webhelp transformation (particularly the ability to embed the output
> in an iframe) is something that arrived at a perfect time for me, as I
> was in the middle of trying to figure out how to add our corporate
> header/footer to the output, and this made it much simpler.
> Something that we're getting ready to start doing is incorporating
> content written by non-writers - support staff and software developers.
> With the changes in DITA-OT coming up and the support for Commonmark,
> we've decided to leverage those capabilities to simplify our processes.
> I know oXygen 17 has support for DITA-OT 2.0, but I'm wondering if that
> support extends to 2.1, which is required to use the dita-ot-markdown
> As a secondary question, does anyone know of a transformation to get
> from DITA to Commonmark?
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