Subject: Re: [docbook] LOC CIP
On May 1, 2006, at 9:18 AM, Bob Stayton wrote: > I"m pretty sure <biblioid type="libraryofcongress"> was intended to > hold the LOC call number, such as "E184.J5 F484 1997". Bob, My understanding of biblioid matches yours. However, this isn't CIP. Here's an example of CIP (sorry it's not a technical doc... it's book I have handy on my desk.) Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data Macdonald, Sarah. Holy Cow: an Indian Adventure / Sarah Macdonald. p. cm. Originally published: Sydney : Bantam Books, 2002. ISBN 0-7679-1574-7 1. Macdonald, Sarah-Travel-India-New Delhi. 2. New Delhi (India)-Description and travel. 3. New Delhi (India)-Social life and customs. I. Title DS486.D3M215 2004 954'.56052'092-dc21 CIP The only element I can think of to represent this information would be BiblioMisc. The information must be formatted with line breaks in a certain structure that is determined by LOC. I don't think it would be possible to further structure the components of the CIP data.