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Re: (slightly offtopic) DocBook multi-part example

The PHP manual is in DocBook, and you can get the source to Norm
Walsh's new book; I probably learned more by reverse-engineering his
book than in all my fights with the docs. (go ahead, buy the book
anyway and encourage him to write more!)

I can also send you my makefiles for our Kernel book if that will
help.  I found the standard sgmltools scripts to be too limiting for a
collaborative writing environment and cobbled my own method of
assembling a book; I also use a trick I got from Norm to allow
printing just one chapter while preserving the numbering schemes.

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