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Subject: Re: DOCBOOK-APPS: Document structure; how to setup...
Another approach is to use XInclude instead of system entities. I wrote a chapter about using XIncludes and olinks for modular documents: http://www.sagehill.net/xml/docbookxsl/ModularDoc.html Bob Stayton 400 Encinal Street Publications Architect Santa Cruz, CA 95060 Technical Publications voice: (831) 427-7796 Caldera International, Inc. fax: (831) 429-1887 email: firstname.lastname@example.org On Thu, Oct 31, 2002 at 09:38:12PM +0100, Kraa de Simon wrote: > Hello, > > I have a few question for you. If you would be so kind... > > Q1 > > Is there a way to do something like: > > <!-- set.xml --> > <!DOCTYPE set SYSTEM "docbookx.dtd"> > <set> > <!-- book1.xml --> > <!DOCTYPE book SYSTEM "docbookx.dtd"> > <book> > </book> > > <!-- book2.xml --> > <!DOCTYPE book SYSTEM "docbookx.dtd"> > <book> > </book> > </set> > > or > > - DOCTYPE set > - set > - book1 > - book2 > > and > > - DOCTYPE book1 > - book1 > > - DOCTYPE book2 > - book2 > > So the editors can process the set and individual books (chapters?) > separately. > > Q2 > > Can I xref from one book to another? > > E.g. from book1.xml to book2.xml. > > Q3 > > Can someone give me some hints and tips about how to setup the directory > structure on disk? > > Can I use some nested entity definitions for this? > > Use logical names (e.g. users_manual.xml, users_manual_chapter_one.xml) or > book01.xml, chapter01.xml. > > Is there some reading material / papers available on this subject? > > ./set.xml > ./book1.xml > ./book1ch1.xml > ./book1ch2.xml > ./book2.xml > ./book2ch1.xml > ./book2ch2.xml > > or > > ./set.xml > ./book/1/book.xml > ./book/1/ch/1.xml > ./book/1/ch/2.xml > ./book/2/book.xml > ./book/2/ch/1.xml > ./book/2/ch/2.xml > > And where to put the images, entities and other stuff? > > Separate dirs? Per set or per book? > > I really could use some hints and tips from you. > > Thank you. > > Simon de Kraa > Systems Architect > Logistic Systems > > FUJITSU SERVICES > Fujitsu Services B.V., Het Kwadrant 1 > Postbus 1726, 3600 BS Maarssen, The Netherlands > Tel: +31 346 598865 > Mob: +31 651 204719 > Fax: +31 346 562703 > > Email: mailto:Simon.de.Kraa@services.fujitsu.com > Web: http://nl.services.fujitsu.com > > Fujitsu Services B.V., Registered in the Netherlands no 30078286 > ___________________________________________________________________________ > > The information in this e-mail (and its attachments) is confidential and > intended solely for the > addressee(s). If this message is not addressed to you, please be aware that > you have no > authorisation to read this e-mail, to copy it or to forward it to any person > other than the > addressee(s). Should you have received this e-mail by mistake, please bring > this to the > attention of the sender, after which you are kindly requested to destroy the > original message > and delete any copies held in your system. Fujitsu Services and its > affiliated companies > cannot be held responsible or liable in any way whatsoever for and/or in > connection with > any consequences and/or damage resulting from the contents of this e-mail > and its proper > and complete dispatch and receipt. Fujitsu Services does not guarantee that > this e-mail has > not been intercepted and amended, nor that it is virus-free. > ___________________________________________________________________________ > --
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