Chapter 3. Using dblatex

Table of Contents

dblatex — convert DocBook to LaTeX, DVI, PostScript, and PDF
Output Formatting Style
How it works
Adding a New Formatting Style
Publishing Outputs
Publishing a single document
Publishing a Set of Books
Global Page Setup
Chapter and Section numbering
Depth of Section numbering and Table Of Content
Using the latex style for section numbering
Using the label attribute
Figure Inclusion
Converting on the fly
Paths Lookup
Creating Tables
Table Width
Tables without colwidth
Tables with mixed colspec
Tables with proportional and fixed colwidth
Tables with fixed colwidths
Automatic Column Width
Informal Table LaTeX Styles
Tables with morerows
Landscape tables
Smaller tables
Coloured tables
HTML Tables
Correcting Poor Formatting
Hyphenation and over-long lines
Characters and Manual Spacing
Writing Mathematics
Writing LaTeX Mathematical Equations
Writing MathML equations
Musical Notation
Extending the Verbatim Rendering
Dblatex Specific Options
Scaling Feature
Formatting embedded elements
Creating a new Verbatim Environment
Creating an Index
Internationalized Indexes
Writing a Bibliography
Using Bibliography Entries
Using BibTeX Databases
Natbib Citations
Document Revisions
Locale Support
Document Encoding
Babel Languages
CJK Languages
Mixing the languages
Using XRefsyle and Olinks
Specific xrefstyle for ulink
Footnote Numbering Scope
End Notes


dblatex — convert DocBook to LaTeX, DVI, PostScript, and PDF