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Subject: Re: DOCBOOK: Announce: Website 2.0a1 (ALPHA) released

/ Dave Pawson <daveP@dpawson.freeserve.co.uk> was heard to say:
| E.g.
| <webpage navto="yes" id="N3729">

navto is gone.

| <config param="desc" value="Filters"/>
| <config param="dir" value="xsl"/>
| <config param="filename" value="N3729.html"/>

The dir/filename parameters now go in layout.xml. They don't hurt
here, but they don't do anything, either.

| All the rest could be copied through (I hope?)

Yep. Unless you've got nested webpages.

| Then I write new indexes or whatevers needed at the top end again?


| > - The pages can't be nested anymore.
| Again, only an index page problem? (and home page)

Depends. I had pages nested more deeply than that.

| > - Converting <link>s to <olink>s might be a bit ugly.
| You perl script it, I'll msub it :-)
| ... er, what sort of links? Cross page links or external ones?

This is an ugly bit.

  <webpage id="foo">...
  <webpage id="bar">...<link linkend="foo">what about foo</link>

Has to become something like this:

  <webpage id="foo">...

  <!DOCTYPE webpage PUBLIC "..." "..." [
  <!ENTITY foopage SYSTEM "foo.xml" NDATA XML>
  ...<olink targetdocent="foopage">what about foo</olink>

                                        Be seeing you,

Norman Walsh <ndw@nwalsh.com>      | Time is a great teacher, but
http://www.oasis-open.org/docbook/ | unfortunately it kills all its
Chair, DocBook Technical Committee | pupils.--Berlioz

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