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Subject: RE: [docbook-apps] <classsynopsis> -> HTML problem

|  -----Original Message-----
|  From: stieber.c@web.de 
|  as I'm still trying to figure out how to do what I want 
|  (and, for that
|  matter, trying to figure out what I want as well), I wasn't entirely
|  sure where the problem is (me, the tool, or the stylesheet).
|  So, I have this simple class synopsis:
|    <classsynopsis language="c++">
|      <ooclass>
|        <modifier>class</modifier>
|        <classname>CSRenderer</classname>
|      </ooclass>
|      <ooclass>
|        <modifier>public</modifier>
|        <classname>CSObject</classname>
|      </ooclass>
|    </classsynopsis>

The "<modifier>class</modifier>" markup looks strange. "class" is a keyword,
but it is not a modifier in the same sense as "public" or "private". 

You should not have to include the literal word "class" anywhere in a
classsynopsis; it should be automatically generated by the stylesheets. At
least that's how I think it's supposed to work. 

This open bug report is related: 


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