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Re: DTD Versions



Hello,

As long as we don't use tags that specifically say "deprecated" we should
be alright, for example using <mediaobject> instead of <graphic>

Joshua Drake






On Sat, 3 Jun 2000, Frederik Fouvry wrote:

<CITE>
<CITE>,-- On Fri, 2 Jun, you wrote:
<CITE>| 
<CITE>| Hello,
<CITE>| 
<CITE>| I don't know about the rest of you but I think we should ONLY accept
<CITE>| Docbook 3.1 at this time. It is the only official version. 4.0 is still in
<CITE>| beta and we can't have a bunch of different markup running around.
<CITE>| 
<CITE>| J
<CITE>
<CITE>Since about two weeks this is not true anymore.  But you're right
<CITE>about sticking to 3.1 for the time being.  The differences are not
<CITE>_that_ big anyway, and careful markup can make the transition even
<CITE>easier.
<CITE>
<CITE>--
<CITE>Frederik Fouvry             -       fouvry@sfs.nphil.uni-tuebingen.de
<CITE>KDE DocBook Team    -       kde-docbook@master.kde.org
<CITE>

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