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Reverse Dependencies for asciidoctor

The projects listed here declare asciidoctor as a runtime or development dependency

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This is a reimplementation of the Asciidoctor's built-in (pre)processor for the include::[] directive in extensible and more clean way. It provides the same features, but you can easily adjust it or extend for your needs. For example, you can change how it loads included files or add another ways how to select portions of the document to include.
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Converts AsciiDoc documents into HTML5 presentations designed to be executed by the reveal.js presentation framework.
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AsciiBinder is an AsciiDoc-based system for authoring and publishing closely related documentation sets from a single source.
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0.08
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An extension for Asciidoctor that converts AsciiDoc documents to LaTeX and provides LaTeX extensions to Asciidoc.
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Sym is a ruby library (gem) that offers both the command line interface (CLI) and a set of rich Ruby APIs, which make it rather trivial to add encryption and decryption of sensitive data to your development or deployment workflow. For additional security the private key itself can be encrypted with a user-generated password. For decryption using the key the password can be input into STDIN, or be defined by an ENV variable, or an OS-X Keychain Entry. Unlike many other existing encryption tools, Sym focuses on getting out of your way by offering a streamlined interface with password caching (if MemCached is installed and running locally) in hopes to make encryption of application secrets nearly completely transparent to the developers. Sym uses symmetric 256-bit key encryption with the AES-256-CBC cipher, same cipher as used by the US Government. For password-protecting the key Sym uses AES-128-CBC cipher. The resulting data is zlib-compressed and base64-encoded. The keys are also base64 encoded for easy copying/pasting/etc. Sym accomplishes encryption transparency by combining several convenient features: 1. Sym can read the private key from multiple source types, such as pathname, an environment variable name, a keychain entry, or CLI argument. You simply pass either of these to the -k flag — one flag that works for all source types. 2. By utilizing OS-X Keychain on a Mac, Sym offers truly secure way of storing the key on a local machine, much more secure then storing it on a file system, 3. By using a local password cache (activated with -c) via an in-memory provider such as memcached, sym invocations take advantage of password cache, and only ask for a password once per a configurable time period, 4. By using SYM_ARGS environment variable, where common flags can be saved. This is activated with sym -A, 5. By reading the key from the default key source file ~/.sym.key which requires no flags at all, 6. By utilizing the --negate option to quickly encrypt a regular file, or decrypt an encrypted file with extension .enc 7. By implementing the -t (edit) mode, that opens an encrypted file in your $EDITOR, and replaces the encrypted version upon save & exit, optionally creating a backup. 8. By offering the Sym::MagicFile ruby API to easily read encrypted files into memory. Please refer the module documentation available here: https://www.rubydoc.info/gems/sym
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asciidoctor-bibtex is an Asciidocotor extension that adds bibtex support for AsciiDoc documents. It does so by introducing two new macros: `cite:[KEY]` and `bibliography::[]`. Citations are parsed and replaced with formatted inline text, and reference lists are automatically generated and inserted where the `bibliography::[]` macro is placed. The references are formatted using styles provided by CSL.
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An Asciidoctor converter that generates the HTML component of a Bespoke.js presentation from AsciiDoc.
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Awestruct is a static site baking and publishing tool. It supports an extensive list of both templating and markup languages via Tilt (Haml, Slim, AsciiDoc, Markdown, Sass via Compass, etc), provides mobile-first layout and styling via Bootstrap or Foundation, offers a variety of deployment options (rsync, git, S3), handles site optimizations (minification, compression, cache busting), includes built-in extensions such as blog post management and is highly extensible.
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0.04
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Managing services lifecycle from Development to production using Vagrant and Puppet
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A tool for end-to-end testing of Asciidoctor backends based on comparing of textual output.
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