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[docbook] Re: Docbook : Cross reference between Books
- From: Bob Stayton <bobs at sco dot com>
- To: "Philip U. Sam" <philip at osc dot no>
- Cc: docbook at lists dot oasis-open dot org
- Date: Tue, 8 Apr 2003 09:36:05 -0700
- Subject: [docbook] Re: DOCBOOK: Docbook : Cross reference between Books
- References: <200302211709.h1LH9WU06207@serum.osc.no> <20030222101003.B26342@sco.com> <200304080950.h389oOr26834@serum.osc.no>
On Tue, Apr 08, 2003 at 11:50:23AM +0200, Philip U. Sam wrote:
> Hello Bob,
> Thank you very much for your reply. I could not still figure out something that
> suits my(company's) requirements
> Here is our environment:
> 1. We have Admin Guide and User Guide(and few more) which are in turn
> modularised, means, there would be a single Admin guide for the whole product
> or one for each of the sub-product
> 2. We use DSSL stylesheet with Docbook 4.1
> 3. ***We generate PDF, HTML, PS, RTF at the same time***
> 4.We use the external general entity to refer to the SGML sources, which
> exist in guide-level directories, and they all use a single entity file.
> My question is :
> Does these output formats need specific olink parameters for each of them?
> Is there any other web location where I can find more examples and
I don't know what you mean by olink parameters.
Do you mean attributes instead? I believe the
olink mechanism is neutral with regard to output format,
but I've not used the SGML olink mechanism much.
The only documentation I know of for SGML olinks is:
Norm is the real expert on this topic.
Bob Stayton 400 Encinal Street
Publications Architect Santa Cruz, CA 95060
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