Looking for a free text converter? Look no more, upload your DocBook files and convert them to Jira wiki markup files. Yes, it’s that easy.
Converting from DocBook
DocBook is a really good file format for writing technical books, that’s based on XML. It’s an open standard and widely used for open-source projects. It captures the logical structure of the content and can be published to many formats. Write the content in DocBook without thinking about the visual representation. Normally this is the part where I say something bad about the file format, but to be honest, I really like DocBook. Oh, just one thing: It’s very old. But that shouldn’t stop you from using the nice file format. Convert all your files to DocBook and convert them from DocBook to any other format. Just upload your file and we’ll see what we can do.
The files end with
.dbk by default.
Converting to Jira wiki markup
You said Jira? Isn't this the japanese name for Godzilla? Never mind. I think you're looking for the software. The one software to rule them all. I'm praying for the souls working at Atlassian. I mean this code base must be … big. And actually, I hope for a future where nobody uses Jira. But seems like you're using Jira. Or you work with someone who is using Jira as a project management tool. Or as a wiki. I don't know what you're doing, but I'll include you in my prayers. Good luck converting to this Jira wiki text thing.More about Jira wiki markup files