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,-- On Tue, 30 May, Gregory Leblanc wrote:
| What's NIDX from LinuxDoc, and how should this be remapped into Docbook?
| Seems to be an index term, but I don't know what to do with that in DocBook
| to make it work the same, or at least close.  Take a look at Stein's
| template for big HOWTO's at http://www.nyx.net/~sgjoen/ for examples.
| Thanks,
|       Greg

<NIDX>text</NIDX>   ->   <indexterm><primary>text</primary></indexterm>
<IDX>text</IDX>             ->   text <indexterm remap="idx"><primary>text</primary></indexterm>

<NCDX>text</NIDX>   ->   <indexterm remap="ncdx"><primary><literal>text</literal></primary></indexterm>

<CDX>text</CDX>             ->   text <indexterm remap="cdx"><primary><literal>text</literal></primary></indexterm>

is a generic transformation of the index terms.  <literal> must be
refined in the DocBook document.


Frederik Fouvry         -       fouvry@sfs.nphil.uni-tuebingen.de
KDE DocBook Team        -       kde-docbook@master.kde.org

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