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Subject: DOCBOOK: Re: tagging package names (rpm, deb)

Mark Johnson <mark@phy.duke.edu> writes:

> David Mason <dcm@redhat.com> writes:

> > This is simply a filename. It is a file on your system,
> > package or not.


> They're files, all right. But they're very special files. Besides,
> I can't let you get away with that answer, it's too easy. :-)
> > <filename>docbook-xsl-stylesheets-1.38-2.deb</filename>

<filename role="deb">docbook-xsl-stylesheets-1.38-2.deb</filename>

> <package format="deb" version="2" maintaineremail="mrj@debian.org">
>    docbook-xsl-stylesheets-1.38-2.deb
> </package>

This is plain wrong ;)  The package is called "docbook-xsl-stylesheets";
the version number is "1.38", etc.; thus you can customize the DTD to

<para>The <package p_version="1.38" p_revision="2"
p_maintaineremail="mrj@debian.org">docbook-xsl-stylesheets</package> is
available as <filename

Additionally, watch your whitespace usage.  Sooner or later XML will
bite you.

In my LaTeX docs I'm using \paket{docbook-xsl-stylesheets} -- nice for
indexing purposes (Paket = package).

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