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 ==== Examples ==== ==== Examples ====
  
-For those that find it easier to get a handle on things with a few examplestry the following locations. These are all '​live'​ repositories of Yagsbook documentation.+Documentation for **Yagsbook** is currently limitedbut there are two sources which can be used.
  
-  * [[http://yagsbook.svn.sourceforge.net/viewvc/​yagsbook/​trunk/​sources/yags/core/|Yags core rules]]. These are some quite complex documents ​written ​in Yagsbook. They are all XML files, many of which pull in external files. For example, all skill lists are listed separately, broken down into different files according to skill type+  * [[https://github.com/samuelpenn/​yags/​]] ​- The source for **YAGS**, which contains many articles ​written ​using the Yagsbook ​format
-  * [[http://yags.glendale.org.uk/characters.xml|Example characters]]. Each of the listed characters ​is a Yagsbook //​character//​ document. There is an icon at the top of each page which allows you to view the source XML to see how characters are described. In this instance, //​Alfresco// ​is being used to render the Yagsbook into HTML on the fly.+  * [[http://yagsbook.svn.sourceforge.net/​viewvc/​yagsbook/]] - The XSLT used by **YAGS** for generating PDFsThis is currently ​the actual definition ​of how Yagsbook ​is used to render ​PDFs. It isn't ideal, but things may improve at some point in the future.
  
 ===== Document Types ===== ===== Document Types =====
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 Though bestiary and character documents are also considered top level, these can be referenced from an article and inlined. No other document type can currently inline an article. Though bestiary and character documents are also considered top level, these can be referenced from an article and inlined. No other document type can currently inline an article.
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