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Subject: Re: [docbook] Automatically create index of commands

davidw@dedasys.com (David N. Welton) writes:

> Hrm... I had really hoped to get an index on the same page as the
> commands.  I don't have enough, yet, to break them all out into
> separate pages.  Is the ref stuff still appropriate in that case?

Apparently not - it doesn't output anything when contained in a

> In any case I'm pretty sure I also want the index either on the same
> page or a second page, but not in the table of contents.  I guess
> it's time to start hitting the XSL file.

... with which I've had a little bit of success.  But I'm still not
sure what the appropriate elements are to make the index with.  I need
a name and a short description, akin to refpurpose, that will not be
printed along with the 'main' cmdsynopsis.

indexterm doesn't look right...  I'm stumped.

David N. Welton
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