Looked at the links as well but did not hands on experiment with the tools. If you guys are this ecstatic about it then I'm on board :) ... let's just go for it and I'll conform.
Oh yeah, indeed, the editor is marking it as erroneous. Not a real issue though, if the result is correct.
On 19 sept. 2011, at 23:25, Stefan Seelmann wrote:
> On Mon, Sep 19, 2011 at 3:44 PM, Pierre-Arnaud Marcelot <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> On 19 sept. 2011, at 15:37, Stefan Seelmann wrote:
>>> On Mon, Sep 19, 2011 at 3:20 PM, Pierre-Arnaud Marcelot <email@example.com> wrote:
>>>> Hi Stefan,
>>>> I generated the Docbook HTML and PDF output and it looks really really good...
>>>> The syntax is the same we're already used to in Confluence (which allows a lot of different styles) and the output looks perfect (like our Docbook-written Apache Directory Studio documentation).
>>>> On my side, it is a big *+1*.
>>>> I really love this solution. Simple, easy and convenient for everyone.
>>>> Do you know if it possible (and how) to link some text to another content (another section, chapter or page for example)?
>>> Hehe, I thought about that use case this morning in the tube. I don't
>>> know yet but have to check if internal links work.
>> It would be great if we can find a way to have those internal links, but we can definitively live without them I guess.
> I added some internal link examples. It quite easy, the pattern is
> "#HeaderName". The only ugly thing is that links to other .confluence
> files are marked as error, but the combined book.confluence file in
> then works.
I saw that, that's just perfect.
>>>> Is the 'book.txt' file, the central file which defines all chapters? And, is each .confluence file equivalent to a chapter? Also, would it be possible to split a chapter into various .confluence files (in the case of a very very big chapter)?
>>> Right, book.txt defines the order of chapters for the case that the
>>> chapter files are not alphabetically ordered. And I think it is
>>> possible to spilt the chapters, AFAIK the H1 header is transformed to
>>> a chapter and H2..H6 headers are transformed to (sub-)sections.
>> Oh, cool. I feared that chapters were based on the .confluence files. I didn't closely look at the generated HTML.
>> In that case, that's awesome. :)
> I also added an example and splitted a chapter into sections and subsections.
Thanks a lot for this experiment.
I'm now definitively convinced and more than +1 on using this set of tools for our documentation.
> Kind Regards,