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Subject: DOCBOOK: Re: Using glossterms to refer to refentries

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/ BigSmoke <bigsmoke@home.nl> was heard to say:
| I'm having a tight semantic problem: I have many things in my document which 
| are described by refentries. However, I want to point to these as if it where 
| glossentries. Am I abusing semanticas if I where to do the following?
| 	<glossterm linkend='refentry-myObject'>myObject</glossterm>

I think so. Why do you want to treat them as glossary entries if
they're reference pages? Are they semantically glossary terms as far
as your concerned?

Why do you want glossterm instead of simply 'link' or 'xref'?

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