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Re: if SGML is so great...
at Fri, 05 May 2000 17:50:05 +0200,
Stein Gjoen <email@example.com> writes:
> My long time goal of document accessibility and integration
> have made me think we need tags for
> man pages: <manpage section="1">du</manpage>
> that renders to du(1) in plain text and adds hyperlinks to HTML
> pages and adds to the RELATED list in stub man pages. Some
> commands have multiple man pages, such as mount(2) and mount(8)
> so a section number is needed.
This will be difficult task for Linuxdoc DTD. Just conditional
writing can be done with the current sgml-tools v1, but "to include
the output from the command" may not be done without some work-around.
> HOWTO: <howto>Multi Disk HOWTO</howto>
> that renders to links to that HOWTO in the HTML pages
> and adds to the RELATED list in stub man pages.
> In addition I wish the <file> tag rendering was changed to
> file:///pathoffile URL in the HTML document, shown in courier
> or similar font. This too would be handy in stub man pages.
You can use:
<htmlurl url="file:///pathoffile" name="some file">
Is it not sufficient ?
> Rendering of the hyperlinks would be installation dependent,
> so on the LinuxDoc web pages it would refer to sample files
> wheras on a home system it would point to the actual file.
Perhaps, conditional writing can be used here.
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