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so, in the latest stable version of asciidoc, the default pdf backend of a2x is dblatex, not fop.
given that this way we can avoid Java, that must be a good thing ;) (faster, freeer, etc)
here are a few tricks:
- if you want to hide the "revision history" page:
- if you want to avoid the dblatex logo, just comment out the line:
- it seems that atm the $ math expression $ form is not supported, but you can do for example:
<inlineequation><alt> \[ \$\alpha + \$\beta = \$(\alpha + \beta) \] </alt></inlineequation>