DSSSL Documentation Project
The DSSSL Cookbook is a series of hints about using DSSSL, including style and techniques for writing DSSSL stylesheets as well as the use of specific DSSSL functions and flow object classes. Further information about the DSSSL standard, DSSSL engines, and DSSSL applications are listed in the Further Information section of Mulberry’s DSSSL page. If you are interested in using DSSSL, you may also subscribe to the DSSSList, the DSSSL users’ mailing list operated by Mulberry Technologies, Inc., as a free service to the DSSSL user community.
The current revision is revision 2, dated May 10, 1998.
Although nobody is working on this at present, offers to oversee the project, contributions of cookbook tips, offers to contribute, or suggestions for improvement are actively solicited. Please send any contributions or suggestions for improvement to email@example.com.
The original form of this document is as SGML marked up using the DocBook 3.0 DTD. The SGML is available at http://www.mulberrytech.com/dsssl/dsssldoc/cookbook/cookbook.zip.
The SGML document has been transformed into HTML using James Clark’s Jade DSSSL engine and Norman Walsh’s db108b7 stylesheet. The HTML version is available online at http://www.mulberrytech.com/dsssl/dsssldoc/cookbook/cookbook.html.
The SGML document has been transformed into RTF using James Clark’s Jade DSSSL engine and Norman Walsh’s db108b7 stylesheet. The RTF version may be downloaded with the SGML and HTML versions from http://www.mulberrytech.com/dsssl/dsssldoc/cookbook/cookbook.zip.