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DocBook resources

As already explained in the introduction, various several useful parts of DocBook are not discussed or only briefly mentioned in this Tutorial. A reference of all element names and a one-line explanation is in Appendix C. However, for more detailed information you should consult the resources list that follows.

DocBook resources

[REC-XSLT] James Clark. XSL Transformations (XSLT) Version 1.0. W3C Recommendation. 16 November 1999.

[NICXSLTUT] Miloslav Nic. XSLT Tutorial.

[KAY2001] Michael Kay. XSLT 2nd Edition. Programmer's Reference. 2001. 2. ISBN: 1861005067. 940.

[TDG1999] Norman Walsh and Leonard Muellner. DocBook. The Definitive Guide. 1999. ISBN: 156592-580-7. Oreilly's catalog entry. Online version .

[TDG2002] Norman Walsh and Leonard Muellner. DocBook 4.2. Updated online Reference installed at CERN.

[DBXSLTDOC] Norman Walsh and Bob Stayton. DocBook XSL stylesheets (version 1.49, February 2002). The sources are on sourceforge. At CERN these stylesheets are installed locally, as well as the associated documentation .

[OASISTAB] Norman Walsh. Organization for the Advancement of Structured Information Standards (OASIS) Technical Memorandum TR 9901:1999. XML Exchange Table Model Document Type Definition. 1999. OASIS. HTML source.

[DBLIST] DocBook discussion list <[email protected]>. List archive.

[DBAPPSLIST] DocBook applications discussion list <[email protected]>. List archive.