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DocBook to plain text - what do you use?

Subject: DocBook to plain text - what do you use?
From: Paul DuBois <paul@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 27 Jul 2004 23:23:25 -0500
docbook to text
The DocBook XSL stylesheets can produce FO, HTML, XHTML, ... but
I'm wondering: What's a good way to produce plain text?

My searches thus far turn up things like sgmltools-lite and docbook2X,
but I'm interested in XML DocBook, not SGML DocBook, and I prefer not
to use something that requires Jade or DSSSL.

One option is to use the DocBook stylesheets to produce HTML, then
run that through lynx -dump to generate plain text.  Are there other
useful approaches?  What do *you* do?

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