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Subject: Re: DOCBOOK: Including OS Version information on DocBook elements
[List trimmed down a bit.] On Wednesday 22 December 1999, at 7 h 9, the keyboard of Jeroen Ruigrok/Asmodai <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > What I understand in our FreeBSD and Debian cases is that we can use CVS > to tag the appropriate piece of text and use those tags for the > versioning. I am just wondering what solutions need to be thought of > for projects not using CVS. The proposed scheme has no relationship with CVS. The value of attributes osversion* is just CDATA and you can use anything which is meaningful for your project (making a project-independant numbering scheme is outside the scope of the current proposal). If there is a semantic, it is in the application (see next question). > And that also wonders me, is all of that even possible with DSSSL (I am > really a rookie with DSSSL) or other related languages/tools? I do it with Perl/DOM.
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