Unit Test: bibliolist.004

More examples cribbed from The Definitive Guide.

1 Books and Printed Resources

[Fitz04] Michael Fitzgerald. XML Hacks: 100 Industrial-Strength Tips and Tools. Sebastopol, CA:O’Reilly, , ISBN: 978-0596007119.

[Harold03] Elliotte Rusty Harold. Effective XML: 50 Specific Ways to Improve Your XML. Boston:Addison-Wesley, , ISBN: 978-0321150400.

[Harold04] Elliotte Rusty Harold and W Scott Means. XML in a Nutshell. Sebastopol, CA:O’Reilly, , ISBN: 978-0596007645.

[Kay08] Michael Kay. XSLT 2.0 and XPath 2.0 Programmer’s Reference. Indianapolis, IN:Wrox, , ISBN: 978-0470192740.

[Maler95] Eve Maler and Jeanne El Andaloussi. Developing SGML DTDs: From Text to Model to Markup. Prentice Hall, , ISBN: 978-0596004200. This book is out of print. However, the information on document schema modeling is still relevant and has not been superseded to date. Although the book is out of print, the authors have made an online version available at: https://www.xmlgrrl.com/publications/DSDTD/index.html.

[Ray03] Erik Ray. Learning XML. Second Edition, Sebastopol, CA:O’Reilly, , ISBN: 978-0596004200.

[Stayton07] Bob Stayton. DocBook XSL: The Complete Guide. Fourth Edition, Sagehill Enterprises, , ISBN: 978-0974152134. The essential guide to the DocBook XSL stylesheets.

[Tidwell08] Doug Tidwell. XSLT. Second Edition, Sebastopol, CA:O’Reilly, , ISBN: 978-0596527211.

[Vlist03] Eric van der Vlist. RELAX NG. Sebastopol, CA:O’Reilly, , ISBN: 978-0596004217.