w_title(Stx document tools distribution)dnl w_doc_id(stxreadme)dnl w_author(Panu A. Kalliokoski)dnl ! What is this? This software distribution is a bunch of tools to deal with structured text (Stx). Stx is a kind of plain text format with semantic markup. Stx is documented in: - [Stx-doc.html] - [Stx-ref.html] Of some interest may be also [stxaccred]. There are [a homepage] (currently in the author's wiki), and a distribution page at  for this project. You can contact the author at [mymail].  http://sange.fi/~atehwa/cgi-bin/piki.cgi/stx2any  http://sange.fi/~atehwa/ [mymail] mailto:email@example.com ! Included tools The following tools are included: [s2aman]:: This is the main tool, an utility to convert Stx into other formats. [ssman]:: A simple literal programming tool for document-programs written in Stx. [gstman]:: A utility for generating cross references between documents written in Stx. [eufsman]:: A utility for producing "Usage:" messages and manual pages from the same source. [h2sman]:: Conversion tool from HTML to Stx. This makes it easy to import documents written in other formats into Stx. Besides, you can tidy an HTML document by converting it first into Stx, then back into (X)HTML. ''stx-mode.el'':: An ''emacs'' mode for writing Stx documents. Provides syntax highlighting, paragraph filling, and simple interfaces to ''stx2any'' for those who cannot use the command line. ! Installation A traditional ''make && make install'' will do. You can override the ''make'' variable ''PREFIX'' to install somewhere else than ''/usr''. Other variables you might want to override include ''EMACSDIR'' and ''MANDIR''. Take a look at the Makefile[../Makefile]. The installation process of stx2any normally uses ''w3m'' to produce "usage" messages from Stx. If you don't want to install ''w3m'', you can give ''make'' the option ''BUILD_USAGE_WITH=plain'' to avoid using ''w3m''. The only consequence is that "usage" messages (the output of ''stx2any --help'', for instance) will look cruder. If you have a debian box, you can build a debian package directly by saying ''fakeroot debian/rules binary'' and installing the resulting package with ''dpkg -i''.