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Tome

Tome

Tome is a markup language and associated tool suite released under an open source license intended for authors, primarily authors of novels and other relatively simple "chapter books". It is a command line tool. Tome documents are written as plain text files. You can use whatever plaintext editor you wish.

Tome offers a simple and unobtrusive markup language that allows the author to focus on the writing instead of the formatting and styling.

The tool suite parses your markup and generate output in a number of different formats including EPUB, text, and LaTeX (from which you can use the standard LaTeX tool chains to produce DVI, Postscript, or PDF).

Tome is written in Python.

 Tome 1.5.0.0-r12

Price
Free to download

Size
0.2MB
License

GNU Affero GPL v3 or later

Developer
Brian Mearns

Website
bitbucket.org/bmearns/tome

Support Sites:
Documentation, Twitter, Twitter (Development)

Selected Reviews:

Features include:

  • Relatively small set of markup elements which are entirely related to content or structure
  • Designed to be simple and quick to pick up
  • Deliberately not very flexible in terms of markup. There are no macros, no custom definitions, no settings: so the author concentrates on writing
  • Block markups - markups that may apply to large blocks of text and may contain paragraph breaks within them. These include quotations, footnotes, and preformatted text
  • Markups that may apply to large blocks of text and may contain paragraph breaks within them
  • Supported syntaxes: XML, Tome-OTL, and Tome-Flow
  • Supported formats (output): XML, EPUB, LaTeX

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Last Updated Sunday, July 27 2014 @ 11:38 AM EDT


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