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Procedure Library

This is a collection of useful DSSSL procedures collected from people’s contributions or from postings to the DSSSList mailing list. The current version is revision 01, dated October 30, 1997.

This revision is considerably revised and expanded in comparison to the previous revision. Thanks go to the following people for contributing procedures: Vivek Agrawala, Tony Graham, G. Ken Holman, Dave Love, Chris Maden, and Norman Walsh, and to the following people for contributing markup: Vivek Agrawala and Tony Graham.

The procedure library is not exhaustive and is not guaranteed to be error-free. It needs feedback from users or potential users in order to improve. Any additions, corrections, or suggestions for improvement should be sent to B. Tommie Usdin (btusdin@mulberrytech.com).

SGML

The original form of this document is as SGML marked up using the DocBook 3.0 DTD. The SGML is available at:


http http://www.mulberrytech.com/dsssl/dsssldoc/procedures/procedures.sgm
ftp ftp://ftp.mulberrytech.com/pub/dsssl/dsssldoc/procedures/procedures.sgm

HTML

The SGML document has been transformed into HTML using James Clark’s Jade DSSSL engine and Norman Walsh’s dbhtml04 stylesheet. The HTML version is available online, or the complete set of HTML files may be downloaded using FTP:


http http://www.mulberrytech.com/dsssl/dsssldoc/procedures/index.html
ftp ftp://ftp.mulberrytech.com/pub/dsssl/dsssldoc/procedures/procedures.zip

RTF

The SGML document has been transformed into RTF using James Clark’s Jade DSSSL engine and Norman Walsh’s db093 stylesheet. The RTF version may be downloaded with the HTML version using FTP:


ftp ftp://ftp.mulberrytech.com/pub/dsssl/dsssldoc/procedures/procedures.zip

Stylesheets

The stylesheets used for converting the SGML into HTML and into RTF are available at http://www.berkshire.net/~norm/dsssl.

In addition, the stylesheet for the SGML to HTML transformation uses the dbhtml.dsl customization stylesheet, and the stylesheet for print output uses the db.dsl customization stylesheet.