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Subject: DOCBOOK: Subsets anyone?
I've noticed DocBook seems to have a shortage of tags, so I figured I'd propose my own. I began to build a 'master' document for the documents I have. My documents are currently books. Thus far, my books physically reside in separate directories with the files for each book colocated with the others of that book. /root-of-work/subject1/subj1-book1/subj1-book1.xml /root-of-work/subject1/subj1-book1/subj1-book1-ch1.xml /root-of-work/subject1/subj1-book1/subj1-book1-ch2.xml ... /root-of-work/subject1/subj1-book2/subj1-book2.xml /root-of-work/subject1/subj1-book2/subj1-book2-ch1.xml /root-of-work/subject1/subj1-book2/subj1-book2-ch2.xml ... /root-of-work/subject2/subj2-book1/subj2-book1.xml /root-of-work/subject2/subj2-book1/subj2-book1-ch1.xml /root-of-work/subject2/subj2-book1/subj2-book1-ch2.xml ... /root-of-work/subject2/subj2-book2/subj2-book2.xml /root-of-work/subject2/subj2-book2/subj2-book2-ch1.xml /root-of-work/subject2/subj2-book2/subj2-book2-ch2.xml ... I realized I wanted to form a global document to hold all these books. So I started to make a set. I then realized that I actually wanted a set for each subject, and then a set of all sets. But then I wondered if the set of all sets could contain itsself. After I recovered from the mental stack overflow, I decided subsets might be nice to have. Do others follow my thinking here? Is this a good idea? STH
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