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Subject: Re: [docbook] subsection

"David N. Welton" <davidw@dedasys.com> writes:

> I'm running into something that doesn't quite work like I'd like:
> This page has a nicely generated index of all the commands that are
> documented:
> http://www.hecl.org/docs/commands.html
> It's a top level section and everything works out just fine:
>   <section id="commands">
>     <title>Hecl Commands</title>
>     <para>
>       These commands are part of the Hecl core and are always present.
>     </para>
>     <!-- = -->
>     <refentry id="equality">
> Where things don't work out quite like I'd like is here:
> http://www.hecl.org/docs/extensioncommands.html

Is the source for that not a top-level section?

> I want a section with all commands contained in extensions, and I would
> like to have indexes for those sections as well, so that it's possible
> to click on a link to the command, instead of having to wade through all
> the 'next' links.
> Known problem?  Easy solutions without introducing massive custom .xsl
> files?

Have you tried changing the value of the "generate.section.toc.level"


Michael Smith


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