This is a set of scripts which forms the central part of the conversion workflow in the Edition Open Access.
The first part uses tralics to convert the TeX source to XML. The original DocBook output is enriched by various EOA-specific elements.
This intermediate XML file is subsequently used by three additional programs which turn it into TEI-XML, EPUB and Django-XML, respectively. The Django-XML format is ingested into the database of the EOA site where it will show up as an online publication.
The EPUB files can be put together to form an ebook. The script
data/misc/epub.sh performs the required steps.
The conversion to TEI is still work in progress.
To install the whole toolchain, clone at least this repository as well
as the 'advanced' branch of
EOA sample project.
Follow the installation instructions in
biber (the version included
in your TeX distribution) and
xelatex two more times. This will give
you the PDF version of the document.
Next, comment line 9 in
EOASample.tex (the EOA preambel) and
uncomment line 10 (the XML preambel) and run the older version of
biber (biber v2.1).
Now, you are ready to run
eoaconvert.py -f EOASample
If everything went well, you can also try and run
tralics2django.py tralics2epub.py tralics2tei.py
These scripts don't take any arguments and will produce output in the
Convert TEI to EOADjango
Suite of functions to get from TEI encoded XML into the workflow of Edition Open Access. The main output file is an XML file called
IntermediateXML.xml which can subsequently processed with
tralics2django, a tool found in the
Code written in Python3.