Name

m:docbook — The primary mode for processing DocBook elements.

Mode:
{http://docbook.org/ns/docbook/modes}docbook
Defined in:
main.xsl (2), modules/admonitions.xsl, modules/annotations.xsl (2), modules/attributes.xsl (4), modules/bibliography.xsl (5), modules/blocks.xsl (18), modules/components.xsl (2), modules/divisions.xsl, modules/footnotes.xsl (3), modules/glossary.xsl (10), modules/index.xsl (11), modules/info.xsl (15), modules/inlines.xsl (104), modules/links.xsl (6), modules/lists.xsl (22), modules/msgset.xsl (7), modules/objects.xsl (14), modules/programming.xsl (22), modules/publishers.xsl (3), modules/refentry.xsl (11), modules/sections.xsl (2), modules/tablecals.xsl (8), modules/tablehtml.xsl (4), modules/templates.xsl, modules/toc.xsl (3), modules/unhandled.xsl (2), modules/verbatim.xsl (9), modules/xlink.xsl (4)
Used by:
t:index-zone-reference, t:person-name-list, t:xlink, t:inline, t:person-name

Description

The m:docbook mode is the primary mode for processing DocBook elements. Critically, this means that if you import the DocBook stylesheets and wish to override some of the templates, you must make sure that those templates are defined in the m:docbook mode.