DocBook: The Definitive Guide
by Norman Walsh, Leonard Muellner
Publisher: O'Reilly 2008
Number of pages: 652
The DocBook SGML specification allows publishers to mark up text content to be used in traditional print as well as on the Web. DocBook: The Definitive Guide examines and catalogs the entirety of the DocBook specification and will be useful to anyone who uses SGML to publish documents.
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