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I think xml2doc does it, but I have never used it so I can't verify its quality.
From the xml2doc page:
xml2doc is an xml files processor tool, that allows you to write documents in a simple XML way and then output them in various formats (pdf,html,txt,manpage,...). In first term is intended to be a lightweight version of DocBook, but smaller (20KB against 100MB), faster, easy to learn, and very flexible.
The program should be in your package manager as xml2doc.
- xml2doc: When I try to use it, it says:
Isn't a xmldoc document (is <wordDocument>)
- I use OpenOffice/LibreOffice- I need to convert the file from command line. And the .xml document doen't include the DTD and style, so even OpenOffice doesn't open it in right way (Is imported as .txt so images are not displayed and style lost).
- Using MSOffice with wine. I supponse will not solve my problem as need to convert from command line.
So I think what I need a .xml wordDocument converter.