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Subject: Re: [docbook] Creating a pre-defined TOC / chapter titles


this would likely be done in an XML DocBook document that you would 
effectively use as your "template" for documents.

As for the comments for what content should be included in these 
elements, you could encapsulate them in a <remark> tag, that should be 
displayed only in draft versions of the output.

Best regards,


Wouter Hartog wrote:
> I am new to DocBook and I want to use DocBook for documenting all software
> related documentation for every new software project we have. I want to
> create standard document templates for Requirements, Functional Design, Test
> Scripts etc.
> I see how I can customize the RELAX NG/Schema to enforce a certain
> structure.
> However, I want to take this a step further and provide the actual chapter,
> section and paragraph titles. Also, I'd like to add comments on what should
> be described in each of those elements. This should show up in the authoring
> tool as instruction.
> This way, authors only have to fill in the text and don't worry about the
> right title.
> Where do I define this? Do I define this in the RELAX NG somewhere? If so,
> how can I best do this?
> Thank you,
> Wouter
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