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Docbook and xmlBlaster


we'll write docs for the xmlBlaster with linuxdoc. Linuxdoc is in docbook style (SGML).
I have an example in org/xmlBlaster/doc/whitepaper commited. Take a look.
I work on the following reports :
  - Tutorial
  - User-guide
  - FAQ

Download and example : http://www.xmlBlaster.org/doc.html

You can find some stuff about linuxdoc and docbook :

--> http://jurix.jura.uni-sb.de/LDP/         (Linux Document Projekt)
--> http://www.linuxdoc.org
--> http://docbook.org
--> http://rzdspc77.informatik.uni-hamburg.de/RZ/world/software/linux/linuxdoc-sgml/guide.html#toc3  (a small tutorial)
--> http://www.suse.de/%7Eke/free-sw/sgml.html (examples)
--> http://www.oswg.org/oswg-nightly/oswg/en_US.ISO_8859-1/articles/DocBook-Intro/docbook-intro/index.html
        (A Practical Introduction to DocBook)
--> http://www.oasis-open.org/docbook/documentation/reference/index.html ( DocBook - Reference Documentation)

Linuxdoc is very simple and has a small DTD for hacking a document.
I use linuxdoc96.dtd. You have to installed the sgml-tools. Take a look at the Makefile in
/org/xmlBlaster/doc/whitepaper/Makefile which tools do you need. You can download it from : http://sourceware.cygnus.com/docbook-tools/ Some Linux-Distributions have the sgml-tools pre-installed. e.g. SuSe-Linux has a package series called sgm.

If you have some new ideas, please post it.

Manuel Kron

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