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Subject: Re: Request For Clarification: Indexterm processing in auto-indexgeneration.
Norman Walsh wrote: > / Dave Pawson <firstname.lastname@example.org> was heard to say: > | Suggest putting the responsibility on the author? > | If they choose to use > | <primary>Foo</primary> then that is exactly what they'll get? > > I don't follow. "Foo" is the index term, that's what appears in the index: > > Index > ... > F > Fable, ... > Fanciful, ... > Foo, ... > > The question is, what should go in place of "..." in the HTML case. If I (the author) want more than a primary, then (according to tdg) I should use secondary (...) content? If I (the author) only use primary index content then present me with primary content only. Isn't that what it's for? > > | Norm, you haven't commented on the fo case? > > The FO stylesheets do the right thing, using page numbers and > collapsing multiple references to the same page into a single > reference. OK. Thanks. As you say "The right thing" regards -- Dave Pawson XSLT XSL-FO FAQ. http://www.dpawson.co.uk