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Re: debiandoc vs. docbook

On Sun, Sep 22, 2002 at 02:04:52PM +0200, Wichert Akkerman wrote:
> Previously Susan Kleinmann wrote:
> > Any XSLT processor + docbook XSLT stylesheets => HTML and
> > HTML + htmldoc => indexed HTML, postscript, or pdf
> > Haven't tried this yet.
> I suspect this will produce the best output at the moment. 
> If anyone wants to play with it, the dpkg CVS tree has DocBook
> documentation (partial reference manual and a bunch of manpages).
> Currently in SGML, but if I remember correctly the only thing you
> need to change to turn them into XML is the header.

$ CVSROOT=:pserver:anonymous@cvs.debian.org:/cvs/dpkg
$ cvs co dpkg

internals.sgml was in old debiandoc style but en/reference.sgml is new
XML ready form.

This could be a good example of mark-up levels but not all
functinalities in debiandoc-sgml are used.

How should I translate SGML tags:
 <list compact>
and similars?

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