On Mon, 2004-08-16 at 10:43, Dave Pawson wrote:
On Sun, 2004-08-15 at 18:28, Karsten Wade wrote:
> So ... where will the XSL get the information from for making
> file names on the opposite side? From the <title>?
The title content, as well as having spaces, could have all sorts of
Unicode in it. That would make for bad filenames.
Depends on what is currently in use.
the options for xslt processing.
Take your pick.
I'd personally let the processor pick the filenames, but I don't attach
much importance to them. YMMV :-)
I don't attach much importance to them in a short <article> with a few
<section>s, but it does help with a 200 page book to be able to tell
from the HTML filename roughly where you are in which file. We're
trying to create process that can support us in the future, when we have
guides that size.
In the SGML toolchain we use internally, all of the ID tags are used.
<sect1> become the main filename, but every <section> has an <a name>
that is the same as the ID (all in caps), e.g.
I think that an ID that has contextual meaning to the associated content
is useful. You don't care either way. So, it seems we have reached
some consensus. :)
Without a compelling reasons to have both <sect1...5> and <section> as
FDP style, can we agree to use the more modular <section>?
Karsten Wade, RHCE, Tech Writer
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