Docbook profiles conditioning

Subject: Docbook profiles conditioning
From: "J. H. Koonce" <ectdocuments -at- netscape -dot- net>
To: techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com
Date: Mon, 04 May 2009 05:15:45 -0400


I am working with Docbook XML to produce rather large documents with
heavy segmentation. However, this is starting to prove problematic
because managing the segmentation within the single source files
requires a large degree of profiling.
We now primarily use âincludeâ syntax to include images, sections and
OEM sensitive information; does anyone know of an âexcludeâ syntax
which could simplify our process? Or perhaps is there an advantage to
using DITA instead of Docbook? Sorry if I am vague about the problem,
but I realize that not everyone is very familiar with Docbook. Please
feel free to ask any questions.

Any suggestions would be most welcome.

J. H. Koonce

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