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Subject: Re: [docbook] Multiple reference citations

On 22/01/2019 10:21, Imsieke, Gerrit, le-tex wrote:
> Hi,
> I searched the archives, to no avail.
> Is there a canonical way to cite multiple references, as can be done in
> LaTeX using the cite and other packages [1]?
> In one customization we allowed @linkends on biblioref.
> Example: <biblioref linkends="ref1 ref2 ref3 ref6"/> â [1â3,6]
> We are inclined to keep it like that and to use it in other
> customizations. But maybe thereâs a standard way that I am not aware of.
> This is not a question about the DocBook stylesheets but just on how to
> mark it up appropriately.

My localisation shim makes linkend IDREFS so there is no need for
another attribute. The XSLT then does a for-each on
tokenize(normalize-space(@linkend),' ')


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