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Make sure that you have a Java™ 1.6+ runtime installed on your machine. To check this, please open a command window and type "java -version" followed by Enter. You should get something looking like this:
C:\> java -version java version "10.0.1" 2018-04-17 Java(TM) SE Runtime Environment 18.3 (build 10.0.1+10) Java HotSpot(TM) 64-Bit Server VM 18.3 (build 10.0.1+10, mixed mode)
assembly- in any
After that, you can run command-line utility
assembly by simply executing
on the Mac and on Linux).
C:\> mkdir XMLmind C:\> cd XMLmind C:\XMLmind> unzip assembly-1_0_4.zip C:\XMLmind> dir assembly-1_0_4 ... <DIR> bin ... <DIR> doc ... <DIR> docsrc ... <DIR> legal ... C:\XMLmind> assembly-1_0_4\bin\assembly.bat assembly: ERROR: too few command-line arguments Usage: assembly [option]* in_assembly_file out_docbook_file|- ...
Contains the assembly command-line utility.
Use shell script
assembly on Linux and on the
assembly.bat on Windows.
Contains the documentation of XMLmind Assembly Processor.
Contains the DocBook v5.1 source of the documentation of XMLmind
Assembly Processor. File
contains an assembly. You may want to use this sample DocBook v5.1
assembly to experiment with the assembly
Contains legal information about XMLmind Assembly Processor and about third-party components used in XMLmind Assembly Processor.
All the Java™ class libraries needed to run XMLmind Assembly Processor:
assembly.jar contain the code of
XMLmind Assembly Processor.
resolver.jar contains Apache XML Commons
Resolver which implements catalog-based entity and URI
This component is needed only if your assembly loads XML documents having a DTD (e.g. transform DITA topics to DocBook topics).
Contains the Java™ source code of XMLmind
src/build.xml is an ant build file which allows