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Subject: authors in refentry

I specify the clisp authors the same way for the reference manual
(<book>) and the manual page (<refentry>):

<!ENTITY clisp-authors '<authorgroup id="authors">&bruno; &stoll; &sds;
   <emphasis><filename role="clisp-cvs">COPYRIGHT</filename></emphasis>
   for the list of other contributors and the license.
<!ENTITY clisp-doc-copyright
  '<copyright><year>1992-2008</year><holder>Bruno Haible</holder></copyright>
   <copyright><year>1998-2008</year><holder>Sam Steingold</holder></copyright>'>
<!ENTITY clisp-abstract
  '<abstract id="clisp-abstract"><para>This document describes the
   &gnu; &clisp; - an implementation of the &ansi-cl;.</para>
   <para>See <olink targetdoc="man" targetptr="bugs"/> for instructions
    on how to report bugs (both in these notes and in &clisp; itself).</para>
   <para>See <olink targetdoc="impnotes" targetptr="faq-help"/> for
    information on &clisp; support.</para></abstract>'>

in book:
&clisp-authors; &clisp-doc-copyright; &clisp-abstract;
... </bookinfo>

in refentry:
&clisp-authors; &clisp-doc-copyright; &clisp-abstract;

however, only the <book> output contains the author list and copyright
statement, see <http://sds.podval.org/clisp/impnotes/>, the html manual
page does not, see <http://clisp.podval.org/impnotes/clisp.html>.
I filed a bug about this,
but was told to ask the list.

so, what do I need to do to get the authors section generated in the

I can, of course, add it by hand, but that would defeat the separation
of semantics and markup: the author metadata should be specified in the
<*info> element, not the text.


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