From: Kevin Yank (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sun Sep 07 2003 - 17:07:40 PDT
I am starting work on a DocBook XML project that will be published as a two
volume set of books. Each of these books must contain an index to both
books, with page number citations of the form "I-123" for page 123 of volume
DocBook XML appears to have all the tools to model this. I can enclose the
two <book>s in a <set> and end both <book>s with a <setindex>.
Things are less straightforward when it comes to the rendering process,
though. As far as I can tell, XSL-FO in general and XEP in particular don't
let you produce two output documents from a single source document in one
process, do they?
I would appreciate any suggestions on how to go about producing two
PostScript output files which share page number citations as described
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