Wednesday, January 27, 2010

How about dblatex ?

After much struggle with fop, I gave dblatex another try. I quickly discover the secret options I was loooking for:

$ dblatex -P -P latex.output.revhistory=0 -P input.xml

Indeed I could remove the revision history and the collaborators section which looked suprising the first time I used dblatex.

I found out this trick here:


The documentation


1 comment:

malat said...

The issue with dblatex is that PNG file are not supported. When input is aliased, output PDF file looks aliased.