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Subject: Re: [xdi] Docbook update

Thanks this sounds useful.

I think I remember at some point there was some confusion about different versions of the template, e.g. I have both oasis-specification-0.6-wd04.xml and oasis-specification-0.6-wd08.xml.

I don't really know which one of the above the XDI specs are now based on, whether or not they use the latest OASIS template, or if it even matters..


On Tue, Mar 25, 2014 at 10:19 PM, Davis, Peter <Peter.Davis@neustar.biz> wrote:
I began migrating the signature wiki intent over to docbook, and in the process, added some utility files (now in the git master branch) other editors might find helpful:

+ new folder: xdi-docbook-util which contains:
+ xdi-biblio-wd01.xml  a comprehensive bibliography for all XDI specs
+ xdi-glossary-wd01.xml a comprehensive glossary of terms

this allows constancy across so many specs. to use:

define the entity in the DTD preamble:
<!ENTITY % xinclude SYSTEM "/Applications/oxygen-13.2/frameworks/docbook/4.4/dtd/xinclude.mod">

then include the following where you want the section to appear:

<xi:include xmlns:xi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XInclude" href="" <!-- import glossary —>

should make maintenance quite a bit easier.

Peter Davis: Neustar, Inc.
Distinguished Engineer, Director, Neustar Foundry
45980 Center Oak Plaza Sterling, VA 20166

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