Subject: RE: Very basic svn and DocBook question
Karen Schneider [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] wrote: > In terms of workflow, assuming there is one person reviewing the XML > and processing it into HTML, I'm wondering: what gets checked in? The > HTML... or the XML, and the HTML? I'd say you definitely want to check in the XML. That is your source file. Whether or not you maintain a history of the HTML that you published from it depends on your requirements, tastes, paranoia level, etc. Normally I would archive a copy of any output that was actually shipped to a customer, but not all the output used in intermediate development builds. > Also, in terms of documenting the transformation process, is there a > convention for noting in the code what XSL processor was used (and > what switches, if any)? None that I'm aware of. ************************* Rob Cavicchio Principal Technical Writer EMC Captiva EMC Corporation 10145 Pacific Heights Boulevard, 6th Floor San Diego, CA 92121-4234 P: (858) 320-1208 F: (858) 320-1010 E: Cavicchio_Rob@emc.com The opinions expressed here are my personal opinions. Content published here is not read or approved in advance by EMC and does not necessarily reflect the views and opinions of EMC.