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Subject: Re: [docbook-apps] Setting up a DocBook system

Hi Richard,

Have a look at the MySQL guide to documentation, http://dev.mysql.com/doc/mysqldoc-guide/en/index.html. The "toolset" directory containing all the XSL and make machinery are available for download as well.

We've been using DocBook XML since 2004; http://dev.mysql.com/doc/index-about.html explains how we're handling the authoring, processing, and publication processes.



Am 18.11.2011 18:24, schrieb Kerry, Richard:
I am setting up a Docbook system.
When I did so for the first time for some tests a couple of years ago I
didn't worry too much about whether everything was done using the best
tools, or in the best way.
This time I want to be a bit more certain I'm doing things the best way
and not missing anything. I want to produce a susyem that colleagues can
use and foresee resistence if it is more difficult than it needs to be.
I've started out by looking at Bob Stayton's book on-line. But, I think
it is a bit out of date.
Can anyone direct me to any more up-to-date Getting Started guides ?
Or Bob, is there any chance that you might update your on-line book, in
particular the version numbers referenced for Saxon and Fop ? And the
class names to use (The section on Saxon still refers to version 6 and
the ICL version of the class-name).
Blue line

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