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Subject: Emacs template for DocBook
From: Gary Lawrence Murphy <garym@canada.com> 
Date: 05 Apr 2000 17:31:38 -0400
Message-ID: <m3g0t08cat.fsf@maya.linux.ca>
Reply-To: Gary Lawrence Murphy <garym@canada.com> 
Organization: TCI: Business Innovation through Open Source Computing
X-Url: http://www.teledyn.com/
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Anyone using Emacs PSGML mode and template.el for writing LDP docbook
files might find this useful: My first cut at a template for DocBook.

If you are not already using template.el, you should.  The package is
not (yet) part of GNU Emacs; it can be fetched from Christopher Wedler's
site at http://www.fmi.uni-passau.de/~wedler/template/ or from your
favourite Elisp archive.

The attached template is just a guide, something I find useful to have
as more and more people ask me to write things (I still don't know
why) --- you will want to edit some parts to make it your own. We may
also want to take something like this and work it up into a general
structure format suitable for different classes of LDP docs such as
HOWTOs, Guides and Books.


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Content-Disposition: attachment; filename=TEMPLATE.sgml.tpl
Content-Description: DocBook template for Emacs template.el

(>>>MARK<<<)<!DOCTYPE ARTICLE PUBLIC "-//OASIS//DTD DocBook V3.1//EN"[
(>>>2<<<)<!ENTITY % entities SYSTEM "entities.sgml">
%entities;
]>
<!--
-- (>>>FILE<<<) --- (>>>COMMENT<<<)
--
-- Copyright (C) (>>>YEAR<<<) (>>>USER_NAME<<<)
--
-- Author: (>>>AUTHOR<<<)
-- Version: $Id: (>>>FILE<<<),v 0.0 (>>>VC_DATE<<<) (>>>LOGIN_NAME<<<) Exp $
-- Keywords: (>>>1<<<)
-- Status: not intended to be distributed yet
-->

<article class="whitepaper" status="DRAFT" lang="EN" ID="(>>>FILE_RAW<<<)"
         xreflabel="(>>>XREF<<<)" 
         revision="$Id$"
         vendor="Teledynamics Communications Inc">
(>>>2<<<)  <artheader>
    <title>(>>>title<<<)</title>
    <subtitle>(>>>subtitle<<<)</subtitle>
    <author>
      <firstname>(>>>firstname<<<)</firstname>
      <othername>(>>>othername<<<)</othername>
      <surname>(>>>surname<<<)</surname>
      <affiliation>
        <jobtitle>(>>>jobtitle<<<)</jobtitle> 

        <orgname>(>>>orgname<<<)</orgname> 

        <address>
        <street>(>>>street<<<)</street>
        <city>(>>>city<<<)</city>
        <state>(>>>state<<<)</state>
        <country>(>>>country<<<)</country>
        <email><ulink
        url="mailto:(>>>email<<<)">(>>>email<<<)</ulink></email>
        </address>
      </affiliation>
    </author>
    <pubdate role="cvs">$Date$</pubdate>
    <releaseinfo>$Revision$</releaseinfo>
    <copyright>
      <year>(>>>YEAR<<<)</year>
      <holder role="">Teledynamics
      Communications Inc</holder> 
    </copyright>
    <mediaobject>
      <imageobject>
        <imagedata fileref="(>>>logo<<<).eps" 
                           format="eps" align="center">
      </imageobject>
      <imageobject>
        <imagedata fileref="(>>>logo<<<).gif" 
                           format="gif" align="center">
      </imageobject>
    </mediaobject>
    <legalnotice>
      <title>Copyright</title>
      <para>Permission is granted to copy, distribute and/or modify
      this document under the terms of the GNU Free Documentation
      License, Version 1.1 or any later version published by the Free
      Software Foundation.  A copy of the license is
      included in <xref linkend="fdl">.</para>
    </legalnotice>

    <ABSTRACT><para>
        <!-- Template Navigation:

              C-x C-x:DTD Header
              C-x j 1:comments 2:artheader 3:sect1 4:abstract

        --></para>

      <para>
          (>>>4<<<)(>>>POINT<<<)
          </para>

    </abstract>
  </artheader>

<!-- FIRST SECTION STARTS HERE -->

(>>>3<<<)  <sect1 id="prelude">
    <title>prelude</title>
    <para>(>>>3<<<)</para>

  </sect1>

<!-- The Entities listed below include SGML files for the Free Document -->
<!-- License and for the bibliography; you can define as many as you -->
<!-- wish, for example, to place each chapter in its own file -->
 
&fdl;
&bibliography;
</article>

<!-- 
Local Variables:
mode:sgml
mode:auto-fill
sgml-doctype:("(>>>FILE<<<)" "article" "chapter")
sgml-insert-missing-element-comment: nil
sgml-indent-step: 2
sgml-default-dtd-file:"(>>>FILE_RAW<<<).ced"
End:
-->
>>>TEMPLATE-DEFINITION-SECTION<<<
("title" "Document Title: ")
("subtitle" "Subtitle:")
("XREF" "Catalog XREF Label:")
("firstname" "Author Firstname:")
("othername" "Author Middlename:")
("surname" "Author Surname:")
("email" "Email:")
("jobtitle" "Job Title:")
("orgname" "Org Name:")
("street" "Street:")
("city" "City:")
("state" "State:")
("country" "Country:")
("logo" "Root name of logo graphic:")

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Comments are welcome; as Don Knuth said "I have only proven it
correct.  I haven't actually tried it"

-- 
Gary Lawrence Murphy <garym@linux.ca>: office voice/fax: 01 519 4222723
TCI - Business Innovations through Open Source : http://www.teledyn.com
Canadian Co-ordinators for Bynari International : http://ca.bynari.net/
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