By Norman Walsh & Leonard Muellner
1st Edition October 1999
1-56592-580-7, Order Number: 5807
652 pages, $36.95 , Includes CD-ROM
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Reference ::= ((DocInfo?,Title,Subtitle?,TitleAbbrev?), PartIntro?, (RefEntry)+)
The start-tag is required for this element. The end-tag is optional, if your SGML declaration allows minimization.
A Reference is a collection of RefEntrys. In a Book, a Reference can occur at either the Part or Chapter level.
Reference pages are usually bound together by topic; in traditional UNIX documentation they are most frequently bound into volumes. See ManVolNum.
Formatted as a displayed block. Referencess often introduce a forced page break and may start on the next recto page. Frequently, they also produce a separator page, on which may be printed the content of the PartIntro.
These elements contain Reference: Book, Part.
The following elements occur in Reference: DocInfo, PartIntro, RefEntry, Subtitle, Title, TitleAbbrev.
In some contexts, the following elements are allowed anywhere: BeginPage, IndexTerm.
Label specifies an identifying string for presentation purposes.
Generally, an explicit Label attribute is used only if the processing system is incapable of generating the label automatically. If present, the Label is normative; it will used even if the processing system is capable of automatic labelling.
Status identifies the editorial or publication status of the Reference.
Publication status might be used to control formatting (for example, printing a "draft" watermark on drafts) or processing (perhaps a document with a status of "final" should not include any components that are not final).
<!DOCTYPE reference PUBLIC "-//OASIS//DTD DocBook V3.1//EN"> <reference><title>Reference Pages</title> <refentry>...</refentry> <refentry>...</refentry> ... </reference>
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