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Subject: Re: DOCBOOK: Re: I need a suggestion on how to mark up references tonotes.

On Wed, Jan 16, 2002 at 07:25:51AM -0500, Norman Walsh wrote:
> / Josef Karthauser <joe@tao.org.uk> was heard to say:
> | I'm working on a publication using docbook.  We have a lot of additional
> | notes that I'd like to reference from within the book, but am unsure as
> | to what the best way to mark them up is.
> |
> | Here's a fragment from the book to show what I mean:
> |
> |     <para> 1. The paths shown here are circular and simply connected.
> |     What happens if the paths are not circular? In note 144 I deal with
> |     the non circular paths using line integrals and the Residue theorem.
> |     However I can leave my paths circular without loosing generality
> |     for several reasons. </para>
> |
> | What's the best way to mark up note 144?
> What's the content model of the note?

It will probably be marked up as an external article, i.e. it won't form
part of the current <book> that it's referenced from.


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