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From Joshua Lynch <>
Subject Re: another Site-wide PDF thought
Date Wed, 26 Nov 2003 16:45:05 GMT
I like the idea of a separate file for describing site-wide and other
multipage pdf and html output.  I also like the idea of separating
menus and tabs from links on general principles.

> I agree to the need of generating pdf- or html-files site-wide, 
> tab-wide, "chapter"-wide - o.k., the user should determine which
> files 
> should additionally be included in one pdf- or html-file.
> I also agree with you that it should be possible to lay this down in
> a 
> separate xml-file - but I'm not quite sure whether site.xml is the
> right 
> place. For me site.xml now is kind of a logical mixture between the 
> structure of my site (menus, submenus and so on) and a central place
> to 
> define links (internal and external).
> What do you think of "splitting" site.xml into one xml-file, where I 
> define menus, submenus, even tabs (so tabs.xml would be obsolete) and
> - 
> of course - the handling of pdf- and html-files as you described
> above. 
> Another xml-file - let's call it "links.xml" - could contain all my 
> links to internal and external sites.
> Stephan

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