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Subject: Re: [docbook-apps] [Q] multilingual website?
>>>>> "Bob Stayton" <firstname.lastname@example.org>: > The Apache content negotiation system adds the language code as a > suffix to the filename, so you want to generate "myfile.html.no" and > "myfile.html.en". OK. Thanx! > Since the tocentry elements in layout.xml let you specify the output > filename using the 'filename' attribute, I would think this would > not be hard to set up. Just make sure each webpage has the proper > lang attribute and its tocentry has the right filename. I haven't > acutally tried it, so there may be other things to consider. You're suggesting having a separate set of webpages, using the same layout.xml file, and generating the HTML files in two separate steps? That's a possibility, but here's something that makes it harder: I've used <title> members in <tocentry> elements to get TOC entries that are shorter than the <title> of the webpage (to avoid ugly linebreaks). I've also used pointers to external resources, and they must have a <title>. Is there a way to localize this <title>? There can be more than one <title> (according to PSGML. I haven't studied the layout DTD yet...), but the <title> element inside <tocentry>, has no lang attribute. Thanx!