10. Use of Conditional Content (F)

This simply relies on the "condition" attribute available in DocBook. It allows you to tag any piece of data to be included or excluded, depending on specific output needs.

Allows you to maintain versatile modules, containing common content for various applications, but proposing different specialised versions at will for different targets;

Provides a means to quickly derive a slightly different version from existing material, while sharing common content, thus making maintenance easier.

This is an example of a paragraph with some alternative content in it:

<para>Your machine boots up using a little program called 
<phrase condition="IA64">EFI</phrase> 
<phrase condition="IA32">BIOS</phrase> that ensures peripheral
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