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Re: Question about SQL-99 Complete, Really
On Tue, 2 Apr 2013 09:38:44 +0200
Sergei Golubchik <serg@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Hi, Daniel!
> On Apr 01, Daniel Bartholomew wrote:
> > Ian Gilfillan <launchpad@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > > I have a question on the "SQL-99 Complete, Really" section
> > > of the documentation. This is the complete copy of the
> > > book. Is the aim to keep this as a clean copy of the book
> > > (in which case the text should be left untouched), or to
> > > edit as necessary?
> > >
> > > As an example, I want to add details about the
> > > completion_type system variable to the COMMIT TRANSACTION
> > > page. There's almost no info in the non SQL-99 section of
> > > the docs.
> > >
> > > So, which way should I go about it:
> > >
> > > 1) edit the SQL-99 COMMIT TRANSACTION page?
> > > 2) create a new COMMIT TRANSACTION page or similar in the
> > > transaction section of the main docs, and add details there?
> > Yes, the idea is to have a complete, clean copy of the book,
> > but we can pull anything we want from it into the MariaDB
> > section and customize the info for MariaDB. So go with option
> > 2.
> We could also have something like "See also", say, a text like
> "For MariaDB extensions to this syntax ..." or "MariaDB related
> information ..." and links to the relevant pages. In a slug on
> top of the page or in the sidebar. Somewhere that is clearly
> distinct from the book text and doesn't blend with it, but
> still allows readers to get to the MariaDB pages quickly.
Yes, that's a good idea, adding some content using one of the box styles
would be fine. Something like the following placed either at the
very top or at the bottom after the <<booknav>> macro:
Extra content, links, and etc...
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