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I suggest you ask in the FrameUsers list. You will probably have luck
over there. I have never used DocBook on a real project. I understand
that it's common usage to develop a subset DTD and use that. I'll add
that FrameMaker 7.0 includes support for DocBook 4.x... Both SGML and
XML versions. (I think the version is 4.x ) This support comes in the
form of a "Starter Kit" which is a working structure application (DTD,
EDD, R/W Rules, API client) that supports a subset of DocBook. Earlier
versions of FrameMaker+SGML come with similar starter kits, but for
earlier versions of DocBook. Needless to say, the support is limited,
and you are expected to develop further support. The source code for
the API client is included so you can build on that.
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