Update – Playing some more with DITA2Confluence
This is a quick update on my previous blog post about DITA2Confluence. I have just uploaded an extract from the Encyclopaedia Britannica, provided by Project Gutenberg, to my Confluence site. Fun!
All I had to do was download the sample Encyclopaedia Britannica DITA files, create a properties file telling DITA2Confluence where it could find them, and then run the Ant command.
Here’s the table of contents in Confluence:
There were a few errors, but basically it worked.
Posted on 26 October 2008, in Confluence, open standards, technical writing, wiki, xml and tagged atlassian, Confluence, DITA, DITA2Confluence, DITA2wiki, plugin, plugins, Scroll, Scroll Wiki Exporter, technical documentation, technical writing, wiki, wikis. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.