16.4.1 Treating FrameMaker format names as element
If some of your FrameMaker formats are already
named for DocBook elements, you can lessen the chore of mapping formats
to elements by directing Mif2Go to use the format name as the DocBook
element name wherever possible (that is, when the content model includes
an element of that name). This works only if the named element is of
an appropriate type: block allowing text for a paragraph format, or inline
allowing text for a character format.
However, leaving any paragraph format unmapped
is risky; some formats might match the names of DocBook elements that
do not do what you want.
To map FrameMaker format names to DocBook elements
of the same name, where possible:
; UseFormatAsTag = No (default, if tag unmapped
use default elem),
; or Yes (if unmapped, use Frame format name
if valid in content
UseFormatAsTag = Yes
any FrameMaker format with a name that is the same as a DocBook element
name in the current content model is mapped to that element.
Unmapped format names that do not correspond
to such element names are mapped to the default element; see:
§22.214.171.124 Specifying a default
element for unmapped paragraph formats
§126.96.36.199 Specifying a default
element for unmapped character formats.
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