[NTG-context] referring to floats in xml

Aditya Mahajan adityam at umich.edu
Mon Mar 21 16:44:13 CET 2011

On Mon, 21 Mar 2011, R. Ermers wrote:

> Thanks, Aditya, The first problem is adequately solved by adding []. I'll prepare an example for the second problem.
> A related problem is referring to sections and other blocks.
> <section id="sec:cows"><title>Cows</title>
> <para>cows cows cows. As I told in <xref linkend="sec:cows"/></para></section>
> The title is mapped as follows (lpath):
> \xmlsetsetup{#1}{section/title}{xml:section/title}
> \startxmlsetups xml:section:title
> \section{\xmlflush{#1}}
> \stopxmlsetups
> The section is not mapped:
> \startxmlsetups xml:section
> \xmlflush{#1}
> \stopxmlsetups
> Adding [\xmlatt{#1}{id}] to xml:section:title does not work of course. 
> Using [\xmlatt{#1}{id}] with xml:section puts the id before the \section 
> command. I think one of the other commands has to be used in such a way 
> that the id is flushed forward after the \section command.

Map section to include both id and title. (Untested)

\startxmlsetups xml:section
% or slightly better
% \section[\xmlattdef{#1}{id}{+}]{\xmlfirst{#1}{/title}}
% Then flush para separately
% \xmlall{#1}{/para}
% or
% \xmlconcat {#1} {/para} {\par}
% or better, add a contents tag around the contents
% <section> <title> ... </title>
%   <contents> ... </contents>
% </section>
% and then use
% \xmlfirst{#1}{/contents}



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