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Subject: Re: [docbook-tc] Context for relationships and related links

Yes, that's what I was thinking! And, further, you could have processing 
that just gives you a separate rendering of the Advanced User Topics 
that lists all of them!

Scott Hudson
Senior XML Architect
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On 15-Dec-09 12:07 PM, Norman Walsh wrote:
> Hello folks,
> At the end of our call about linking (which I think was very
> productive), we got snarled up a question about context. For inline
> related links, the context is the container in which they occur (or
> one of its ancestors). For relationship elements, it seemed like there
> wasn't a context. But I think I've worked it out.
> For any collection, if the current element is a member of that
> collection, then all the other members are its related links.
> So, given this relationship:
>      <relationship type="collection">
>        <association>Advanced User Topics</association>
>        <instance linkend="xidi.parameters.syntax"/>
>        <instance linkend="svn.properties"/>
>      </relationship>
> then svn.properties is the other member when you're building the
> xidi.parameter.syntax unit (module/section/whatever) and
> xidi.parameter.syntax is the other member when you're building the
> svn.properties unit.
> Right?
>                                          Be seeing you,
>                                            norm

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