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NAME ^

WriteAt - suite for make books and docs in pod6 format

SYNOPSIS ^

    =TITLE MyBook
    =SUBTITLE My first free book
    =AUTHOR Alex Green
    =DESCRIPTION  Short description about this book
    =begin CHANGES
    Aug 18th 2010(v0.2)[zag]   preface
    
    May 27th 2010(v0.1)[zag]   Initial version
    =end CHANGES
     
    =Include src/book_preface.pod
    =CHAPTER Intro
    
    B<Pod> is an evolution of Perl 5's L<I<Plain Ol' Documentation>|doc:perlpod>
    (POD) markup. Compared to Perl 5 POD, Perldoc's Pod dialect is much more 
    uniform, somewhat more compact, and considerably more expressive. The
    Pod dialect also differs in that it is a purely descriptive mark-up
    notation, with no presentational components.

DESCRIPTION ^

Books must be high available for readers and writers ! WriteAt - suite for free book makers. It help make and prepare book for publishing.

INSTALLATION ^

There are several ways to install WriteAt to your system.

Install under Ubuntu

    sudo add-apt-repository ppa:zahatski/ppa
    sudo apt-get install writeat

From CPAN

    cpanm WriteAt

For book creation it is necessary following software:

   * docbook-4.5
   * xslt processor
   * GNU make

Checkout templates

Grab template:

        git clone https://github.com/zag/writeat-tmpl-firstbook.git
        cd writeat-tmpl-firstbook
        make

Point your web brouser to С<index.html> file in work directory.

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METHODS ^

SEE ALSO ^

Perl6::Pod, The world's first book in the pod6 format: Russian book "Everything about Perl 6" https://github.com/zag/ru-perl6-book, book template: https://github.com/zag/writeat-tmpl-firstbook.git, russian book template: https://github.com/zag/writeat-tmpl-firstbook-ru.git

AUTHOR ^

Zahatski Aliaksandr, <zag@cpan.org>

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE ^

Copyright (C) 2012 by Zahatski Aliaksandr

This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.

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