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XML-Grammar-Fiction provides Fiction-Text, a lightweight plaintext-based markup language, which can be used to write such fiction as stories, novellas, or possibly even novels. Fiction-Text is in turn converted to Fiction-XML, which is an XML-based grammar (which can be used directly). Fiction-XML, in turn, is translated to such formats as XHTML and DocBook/XML, for rendering by web-browsers, and for conversions to different formats, including PDF. Also provided is Screenplay-Text and Screenplay-XML which are used for writing screenplays (or scripts), and can be translated to XHTML or to TEI-XML (Text Encoding Initivate) XML-Grammar-Fiction is part of the Web-CPAN XML-Grammar project that provides several specialised processors for XML grammars for various tasks.

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