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1 Overview

The frundis language is a semantic markup language with a simplified roff-like syntax, originally intended for supporting authoring of novels, but it can be used for more varied stuff. It relies on the exporting capabilities of the tool frundis to LaTeX, XHTML, EPUB (2 and 3), markdown and groff mom. Only LaTeX, XHTML and EPUB output formats are considered complete and mature.

The language focuses on simplicity, using a few flexible built-in macros, and strives to provide good error messages, while allowing one to explicitly mess up when needed and finely control output for a specific format.

Here is a list of its main features:

See the main website on Tuxfamily for downloading the sources and installing. Sources are also on codeberg.