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Re: if SGML is so great...
Jorge Godoy wrote:
> Stein Gjoen <email@example.com> writes:
> > To add near term benefits I would like a few new(?) tags
> > - a command tag with chapter number for Linux commands
> > such as "df(1)"
> > - a keyword tag for global keywords that will be used
> > in for instance metatags in HTML files
> We already have it. It's the <keywordset> tag.
> Use like this:
> <keyword>more data</keyword>
Interesting. How is it rendered, or is it at all?
More importantly, where can I look to find out myself where
the tags are described without wading through masses of
> > - a file tag that renders to file:///location/of/file in HTML
> > and courier in hardcopies
> > These would also be very useful in automated stub man page
> > generation.
> Hmmm... you can use <refentry> for generating man pages.
Ah but I just want stub man pages, check my home page
for examples of what I have in mind:
> > Also while I (hopefully) have your attention, I'd like a
> > spell check tool that checks my text and skips the markup
> > itself. With ispell I get innundated with every single part
> > of various URLs.
> There's on spell checker (I think it's called "aspell") that seems to
> work correctly with that. I don't know if it does, but you may try
I'll look into it. thanks. Such things should be on the
authors resource page at LinuxDoc website.
Incidentally, there is a thread on LinuxDoc SGML in
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