Re: Man Page Transform and Modes
> Or would you use a completely different approach? If so, what? It's been a long, long time since I've looked at the troff macros. But if most the elements are generic, then using modes might be overkill. I tend to use modes where there are sections with similarily named elements (or identically named ones) that are semantically different. In this case I might just do something like: <xsl:template match="section"> <xsl:choose> <xsl:when test="@name='description'"><xsl:text>DE. </xsl:text> and so on. (or have several different templates.) Otherwise it's possible to have several modes via a space seperation, but I'm not sure how you would then tell it to include no mode. It's getting to the end of my day so I'm not going to take the time to dig too deeply. The specs might say something on it. Jon Gorman Jon Gorman
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