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Re: if SGML is so great...
Jorge Godoy wrote:
> Stein Gjoen <email@example.com> writes:
> > > We already have it. It's the <keywordset> tag.
> > > Use like this:
> > >
> > > <keywordset>
> > > <keyword>metadata</keyword>
> > > <keyword>more data</keyword>
> > > </keywordset>
> > Interesting. How is it rendered, or is it at all?
> I don't remember that exactly, but it doesn't appears in the text. At
> least, not by default.
I perused mapping files and other cryptically looking files
the other day and found no tags like <keywordset> or <keyword>
so once again this looks like DocBook as opposed to LinuxDoc DTD.
> > More importantly, where can I look to find out myself where
> > the tags are described without wading through masses of
> > incomprehensible datafiles?
> > > > - 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:
> > http://www.nyx.net/~sgjoen/home.html
> I see... I still think that you can get these with <refentry>...
I have a funny feeling this is another DocBook tag.
I remember that in LaTeX it was simple to add extra stuff
for minor customising of the style in the document itself,
is this possible in SGML/LinuxDoc too?
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