RE: (dsssl) character repertoire?

Subject: RE: (dsssl) character repertoire?
From: David.Pawson@xxxxxxxxxxx
Date: Wed, 2 Apr 2003 08:42:09 +0100
> In my first attempt at customization, I am trying to insert a literal
> backslash as part of the element content.  I don't know how to put a
> backslash into a string in DSSSL.  Reading the spec (8.5.8), it seems
> I need to know a *character-name* for it, which is supposedly
> "declared in the character repertoire declaration".  But where is this
> declaration?  Not in the base stylesheet I use (DocBook modular
> Thanks for a pointer,

fyi I use a printed list of the characters and glyphs from

Since I haven't heard this mentioned for some time,
I thought it worth adding to the debate.

regards DaveP


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