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Subject: Re: [docbook-apps] PACBook announce
On Fri, 17 Jul 2015, Dew, Simon wrote:
Hi I'm pleased (also slightly nervous) to announce the PACBook project. This is a suite of linguistic pre-processing stylesheets for XML documentation, primarily aimed at DocBook. The project is hosted here: https://github.com/STANLEYSecurity/PACBook The stylesheets deal with two inter-related areas: 1. Translating documents; 2. The linguistic consequences of transclusion and / or conditional processing. Users of Publican may be interested to know that, among many other things, these stylesheets attempt to address the linguistic problems mentioned here: https://jfearn.fedorapeople.org/en-US/Publican/4.0/html/Users_Guide/chap-Publican-Users_Guide-Creating_a_document.html#sect-Publican-Users_Guide-Entities_and_translation Although I'm using these stylesheets daily (along with the DocBook XSL stylesheets) and have been for years, this is not a 1.0 release. Documentation is, ironically, a work in progress ? see the doc folder or the wiki, and unit tests are basically non-existent. I'm happy to offer these stylesheets to the DocBook community in the hope that someone will find them useful. Contributions are welcome.
Thank you for posting this. Is there a location where the HTML documents can be read rather than seen unrendered in GitHub?
The Readme could benefit from a little expansion. What *are* "the linguistic consequences of transclusion and/or conditional processing"? How do I know if I'm suffering from them? (Like the first time reading about a medical condition, I'm starting to feel like I might already have this. Is it normal for XSL to hurt?)
How does this package help make it better? Thanks!