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Posted 2 Jul 2003

Documention with DocBook on Win32

, 3 Oct 2003
Writing and producing documentation (HTML Help) with DocBook
<chapter><title>On Foo's</title>
	<para><indexterm><primary>About Foo's</primary></indexterm>
		Stuff about Foo's goes here.
	<para>And now for some data in a table:
		<table frame="none" pgwide="1">
			<tgroup cols="3" align="left" colsep="1" rowsep="1">
					<entry>Column 1</entry>
					<entry>Column 2</entry>
					<entry>Column 3</entry>
					<entry>Row entry!</entry>
	Not only are Foo's important to proper software development, but they are
	critical to understanding the synergistic relationship between Neo 
	<emphasis>and</emphasis> Trinity.
	Here's an example of a code listing:
	int foo = 12 * 23;


	int foo = 12 * 23;
	std::vector<int> vec;
	vec.push_back( foo );


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Jim Crafton
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Currently working on the Visual Component Framework, a really cool C++ framework. Currently the VCF has millions upon millions upon billions of Users. If I make anymore money from it I'll have to buy my own country.

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