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The BoostBook Documentation Format

Douglas Gregor

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Table of Contents

13. Introduction
14. Getting Started
Configuring local DocBook XSL and DTD distributions
Configuring Apache FOP for PostScript/PDF Output
Configuring Doxygen for Documentation Extraction
Troubleshooting
15. Documenting libraries
Defining a BoostBook library
From HTML to BoostBook
Sectioning in BoostBook
16. Bringing Together a BoostBook Document
Linking in BoostBook
17. Reference

Last revised: November 02, 2004 at 06:31:59 GMT


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