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You might look at Asciidoc. I don't know if it supports Word generation,
however.

On Wed, Apr 15, 2009 at 11:16 AM, Mohit Sindhwani <mo_mail / onghu.com> wrote:

> Hi!
>
> I have fallen quite in love with TexTile!  It helps me write reasonably
> comprehensible documents "on the go" - free from worrying about formatting,
> just nice basic clean documents.  Combine that with a script that adds on
> some formatting style information and I get pretty nice HTML documents.
>
> To extend this to my next level of use, I would like to use it for creating
> Word documents.  Does anyone know any scripts/ ideas on creating Word
> documents using TexTile?  My documents are not overly complicated - My usage
> is:
> * Mostly h1 - h3
> * A lot of stuff that should be trated as monospaced (essentially using
> @text@)
> * A bunch of lists
> * Basic formatting using underline, italics and bold
> * some times a div that has a special ID
>
> If this works, it would really make it easy for me to take the content and
> create document - then, add on a Word template and get nicely styled
> documents.
>
> I don't mind if the solution is Windows only (i.e., it relies on win32api).
>
> Any nudges in the correct direction?
>
> Cheers,
> Mohit.
> 4/16/2009 | 12:15 AM.
>
>
>


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