Omnimark: OmniMark provides a powerful programming environment for the serious
professional programmer who needs a language tuned to the needs of both
text-based and binary stream processing. OmniMark combines: a powerful pattern
matching language, an advanced hypertext link manipulation language, an
advanced function SGML parser, a sophisticated rule-based language for
manipulating SGML at the structural level, and a seamless integration with
external sources and targets of both textual and non-textual data. (A free,
restricted, version for Linux (and other OSes) is available for download.) Last modification on October 4 2000.
Thot: SGML based word processor. Last modification on January 18 1999.
Sp: A C++ for parsing SGML documents. Used in nsgmls and most of
the free SGML tools. Last modification on September 24 1998.
Jade: A free implementation of the DSSSL language (ISO standard language for
SGML transformations). Last modification on October 13 1998.
CoST (Copenhagen SGML Tool): Cost is a general-purpose SGML post-processing tool, based on Tcl and sgmls. Cost is free software. Last modification on September 26 2000.
Sgml-sil: A very thourough list of SGML and XML free softwares, like parser,
formatters, converters, transformers, editors... Last modification on September 11 1998.
Sgmltools: SGML-Tools is a text-formatting package based on SGML (Standard
Generalized Markup Language), which allows you to produce LaTeX, HTML, GNU
info, LyX, RTF, and plain ASCII (via groff) from a single source; due to the
flexible nature of SGML many other target formats are possible. Last modification on October 25 2000.
Teitools: ``a collection of scripts for transforming documents written in SGML to
various output format. I'm in process of writing it now, and currently it is
able to produce HTML, LaTeX2e, RTF, PS and PDF.'' Last modification on December 29 2000.
Infoprism: InfoPrism is a general document processing system that translates SGML
source files to different output formats like HTML, Texinfo,LaTeX and plain text. Last modification on January 24 1999.