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A MarkupLanguage is a language used to "markup" text for further processing.
Markup Language Family:
- aft - Almost Free Text, a free form text formatting language, written in perl
- AsciiDoc - Open source text format which is user customizable and easily converted to other formats
- awf - Henry Spencer's Amazingly Workable Formatter, written in awk
- bbfmt BlackBeard formatter
- DITA Darwin Information Typing Architecture
- DocBook Semantic markup language for technical documentation
- GML - A macro package for IBM's Script/VS
- GnuTexInfo - Gnu standard documentation format
- BookMaster - IBM mainframe text formatting system, also known as "Bookie"
- LaTeX - Macros that extend and make TeX more usable.
- lout - Markup language to produce documents in text, HTML, SGML, and TeX.
- Markdown - Text-to-HTML conversion tool
- nroff, troff, groff - Unix derived text formatting languages
- Scribe - Early markup system extending RUNOFF, and influencing the development of SGML
- Script - IBM markup language, also called DCF, predecessor of Bookmaster?
- SGML - Standard Generalized Markup Language
- Skribe - Open source markup language based on Scheme
- TeX - Donald Knuth's typesetting language
- TJ2 - Type Justifier - Early formatter running on a DEC PDP1
- Txt2Tags - Txt2tags reads a text file with minimal markup and converts to various formats
- WSFormat? (part of the WriteAndSet word processing package)
- XML Extensible Markup Language
Conversion Tools: Tools for converting from one markup format to another
- Pandoc - Open source format converter, written in Haskell