[rfc-i] Acknowledgements and Contributors as non-sections
julian.reschke at gmx.de
Sat Apr 12 02:45:07 PDT 2014
On 2014-04-12 11:20, "Martin J. Dürst" wrote:
>> But what would be in the plain text? Also, rfcmarkup wouldn't be able to
>> hyperlink those.
> I think this has been mentioned already several times on this list, but
> what's wrong about e.g. "see Acknowledgment"? As for rfcmarkup, it's
> just a tool, and can be fixed/improved.
It's something that's not going to work well in the existing format
(based on plain text + heuristics).
>>>>> Unnumbered sections work just fine in other systems.
>>> LyX (and therefore LaTeX).
>> How do they treat interleaving numbered and unnumbered sections? Is this
> How would that create any technical problems at all? I'm sure LaTeX
> allows this, but it may depend on the style file used. See e.g.
> http://wiki.contextgarden.net/Unnumbered_Sections (which also describes
> how to do it in context, a system that I don't know at all.).
It doesn't create technical problems, but a very weird output.
> I agree that a publication that mixed numbered and unnumbered sections
> at the same level willy-nilly wouldn't look good, but that's not a
> technical problem, and that's not what we are talking about.
Well. We can design our tools in a way to make it impossible to create
such things :-).
Best regards, Julian
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