Subject: Re: [docbook-apps] article / info / author / address - how do I make it appear?
>>>>> Denis Bradford writes: > Hi Jochen Hi, Denis, you are my diligent tutor! Thanks a lot for that! > According to 'DocBook 5: The Definitive Guide' > (http://www.docbook.org/tdg51/en/html/info.html), article/info is not > designed to appear in output: Well, if it comes to processing and output orientation, I have never used to look at TDG4 resp TDG5 for the last 12 years or so, but "always" at Bob Stayton's book. Maybe that was a fault. On the other hand: How "holy" are "Processing expectations" in the TDG? It wouldn't really be against the spirit of a DocBook "article" to show the author details, if the user requested that on purpose, or is this regarded as "simply incorrect" by the community and the gurus? I mean for a "general purpose document" (be it of type "article"), what sense does that restriction make? I hope, I do not unnecessarily restart old discussions. Maybe somebody points me at an ancient agreement on this matter. > ================== > Description > The info element contains meta-information about the element that > contains it. > Processing expectations > Suppressed. > ================== > So I think you need to use address in a different context if you want > it displayed. The same DocBook design document /address.html) has this > example: > [бн] Alright, I will definitely do this, as long as I don't achieve it in the place, where I actually attempt to achieve it. > - Denis Jochen > On 07/18/2010 07:58 AM, Jochen+oasis-open@Hayek.name wrote: >> I searched Bob's book for that (paper and online), >> but to no success. >> >> I wrote a little document, >> and it's necessary, that it shows my address. >> >> Any pointer pls? >> >> Kind regards, >> J.