Here is the new manual. It is in Docbook XML format, which is
becoming the new standard for documentation. The advantages include
more precise tagging, figure and table support, and a very strongly
supported toolchain. There is a fairly brief cheatsheet.xml here which
will probably tell you all you need to know, especially if you've
worked with debiandoc before. The Definitive Guide to DocBook by
INSTRUCTIONS FOR TRANSLATING ENTITIES
It is possible to translate entities used in the installation guide.
Note that only a few entities are suitable for translation. Others, for
instance those refering to package names, should not be translated.
There are several reasons for using entities in the manual. One is to
improve consistency and to make it possible
INSTRUCTIONS FOR USING OPTIONAL PARAGRAPHS
In some places in the manual paragraphs have been included that are not
included in the generated English version of the manual. They can however
be included _optionally_ in translations.
To include an optional paragraph for your translation, you need to "enable"
- creating a file in this directory with you
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1998 Igor Grobman, J
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