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Re: tag for translators?
>>>>> "TS" == Taketoshi Sano <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
TS> kss> On Wed, Nov 29, 2000 at 07:01:46PM -0800, David Lawyer wrote:
> I would like to see the mainstream linuxdoc adding these tags.
> Taketoshi Sano has been maintaining it and I'm wondering if he's
> tags. Or is
> there a better way to do this? One could put the translator just
> after the author but special tags are better. Most authors would
> never need to learn about them. Then they would need to be mapped to
> the docbook tags (othercredits ...) so as to correctly convert to
> mapping is not yet defined.
TS> In fact, the trans and tdate tags are added to the linuxdoc DTD
TS> by some member in our JF project (maybe mainly by Ono and Okamoto).
TS> And I have already applied that patch to my linuxdoc-tools.
TS> linuxdoctr (tr for translators) DTD is the patched one.
Just use linuxdoctr DTD for translations (it is different DTD name so
we can distinguish what is using <tdate> <trans> tag) and I have no
problem with this. I think linuxdoc-tools is well-maintained and
i18n-ed so if you have a problem with linuxdoc DTD and translator
problem, just talk with Sano-san about last linuxdoc
processor... sgml-tools 1.0.x branch is dead.
+++ Any opinions in this posting are my own and not those of my employers +++
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