misc. confusion on "footnote" handling
<para> Standard citation: <citation><biblioref linkend="one"/></citation>. Citation in a footnote: <footnote><para>And another citation <citation><biblioref linkend="two"/></citation></para></footnote> </para>
So, I have a regular citation, and a citation within a footnote.
I want a parameter -- called citation-class -- where one option is author-year (what I've been working on), and another is "footnote."
When the parameter is set to footnote, all citations get treated as if they were a footnote (e.g. they become footnoted on output), unless they are already in a footnote, in which case they just get rendered.
I'm thinking I need to be doing something like this:
<xsl:template match="db:footnote|db:citation"> <xsl:choose> <xsl:when test="$class='footnote'"> ... </xsl:when> <xsl:otherwise> ... </xsl:otherwise> </xsl:choose> </xsl:template>
But I'm not sure quite what to do next, or b) if there a better way to do this? Maybe somehow using modes?
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