Parsing the LFS book as a profile

Boris Buegling boris at
Thu Dec 2 14:41:54 PST 2004


On 02.12.2004, Daniel Baumann created this extraordinary piece of modern literature:
>if one can parse the lfs-book right as a profile, how do plan to handle 
>the additional features, which are not included in the book?

Having multiple syntaxes doesnt mean that one can't have additional 
features. But in this case, I'm not sure what features you're talking 

The role-attributes can tag commands, so they can be handled like 
being a specific element although their content differs (e.g. my sample 
book has the 'install' attribute, which marks all installation commands 
to have possible install logging in nALFS2).

Boris Buegling <boris at>

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