Bug advice, and XML markup assistance

Frank H. Ellenberger frank.h.ellenberger at gmail.com
Tue Nov 29 15:32:51 EST 2016

Hi David,

I answered on the bug. so it will not forgotten.


Am 17.11.2016 um 08:46 schrieb David T. via gnucash-devel:
> Chris,
> Thanks for the input, and the suggestion to look at the investments chapter. That’s a good lead.
> The bug in question is Bug 743671. Sorry I didn’t include that originally. And, yes, it is a bug that I submitted myself. 
> David
>> On Nov 17, 2016, at 6:06 AM, Chris Good <chris.good at ozemail.com.au> wrote:
>>> Message: 5
>>> Date: Wed, 16 Nov 2016 18:28:38 +0500
>>> From: "David T." <sunfish62 at yahoo.com>
>>> To: "David T. via gnucash-devel" <gnucash-devel at gnucash.org>
>>> Subject: Bug advice, and XML markup assistance
>>> Message-ID: <A38682A7-B34D-4D11-A73D-FF5A9162CD65 at yahoo.com>
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>>> Hi,
>>> I was looking through the documentation bugs, and saw the request for a
>>> new Glossary for the docs, and I have a few questions.
>>> First, does this in fact appear to be a good idea? Or is it a waste of
>> time? If the
>>> latter, perhaps the existing glossary on the wiki and various references
>> to a
>>> glossary should be removed.
>>> Second, does anyone have suggestions on tools that might be used to
>>> extract common terms in the docs, which could then be used as a map for
>>> creating glossary entries? I would want the glossary to cover significant
>>> terms, and this is one way of learning which terms might benefit from
>>> explanation.
>>> Finally, if this is a good idea, what should the markup be in XML? I don?t
>> have
>>> any models in the GnuCash docs to follow?
>>> CHeers,
>>> David T.
>> Hi David,
>> You didn't say what the bug was so I haven't read that lately.
>> I think a glossary is a good idea for those with no internet connection.
>> Sorry I don't have any ideas about tools for finding terms that should be in
>> a glossary.
>> Maybe you could follow the XML usage in the guide, Ch 9 Investments, Basic
>> Concepts, Terminology?
>> Regards, Chris Good

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