Hello ditaverse, I’ve started a new sourceforge project
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With the release of DITA OT 1.5.4, we get vastly improved documentation. Check out http://dita-ot.sourceforge.net/1.5.4/
. They’ve added a lot of information on creating plugins, overriding extensions, etc., and have removed a lot of stuff that was out of date. Thanks OT team!
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