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RE: editing markup
- To: "'Jorge Godoy'" <>,
- Subject: RE: editing markup
- From: Gregory Leblanc <>
- Date: Wed, 23 Aug 2000 13:41:53 -0700
- Cc: "Ldp Docbook List (E-mail)" <>
- Resent-date: Wed, 23 Aug 2000 16:40:39 -0400 (EDT)
- Resent-message-id: <vG0VkC.A.bzB.VcDp5@murphy>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Jorge Godoy 
> Sent: Friday, August 18, 2000 4:52 AM
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Cc: Gregory Leblanc; Ldp Docbook List (E-mail)
> Subject: Re: editing markup
> >>>>> "Cees" == Cees de Groot <email@example.com> writes:
> Cees> If the idea is that the author knows what you edited, it's
> Cees> probably most useful to use conditional sections.
> Cees> <!DOCTYPE .... [ ENTITY % Gregs.edits "INCLUDE" ENTITY %
> Cees> Gregs.comments "IGNORE"]> ...
> Cees> <![ %Gregs.comments; [ <para> This piece above totally sux
> Cees> </para> ]]>
> Cees> ...
> Cees> <![ %Gregs.edits; [ <para> Some new text the author
> Cees> forgot......</para> ]]>
> Cees> You get the idea. Disclaimer: check the exact syntax ;-) --
> What's wrong with DocBook markup for revision? I've been using it for
> a while now... They provide in-document (inside it) view of what each
> person has done.
The tag is called <comment> in DocBook3, and <remark> in DocBook 4. Seems
to be a cleaner solution than the above for doing comments. The edits are
handled by CVS.
> CVS does the rest of the job for us...
And it does a bloody good job! :-) Thanks,
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