DocBook: the Definitive Guide was written by Leonard Muellner and Norman Walsh, who is the creator of the DocBook XML implementation. This important new book is the complete and official documentation of the DocBook Document Type Definition (DTD) and many of its associated tools.
DocBook is a system for writing structured documents using SGML and XML. It provides all the elements you'll need for technical documents of all kinds. A number of computer companies use DocBook for their documentation, as do several Open Source documentation groups, including the Linux Documentation Project (LDP). With the consistent use of DocBook, these groups can readily share and exchange information. With an XML-enabled browser, DocBook documents are as accessible on the Web as in print.
DocBook: the Definitive Guide will be at your local bookstore, and in its entirety, online at the following sites:
- A brief introduction to SGML and XML
- A guide to creating documents with the DocBook DTD and associated
- Information about using SGML and XML tools like Jade and
- A guide to customizing DocBook
- A complete SGML and XML reference, including examples, for every DocBook element
- The complete source text of this book, in both SGML and HTML
- All the examples from the book
- DSSSL style sheets that let you convert DocBook documents to RTF,
LaTeX, or HTML
- The DocBook DTD for SGML, version 3.1
- The DocBk DTD for XML, version 3.1.5
- More information
about the book, including Table of Contents,
index, author bio, and an online version
- Cover graphic in jpeg format
By Norman Walsh & Leonard Muellner
ISBN: 1-56592-580-7, 652 pages,
$36.95 (US$), Includes CD-ROM
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