Section 33.2 Notes and Commentary
<commentary> element is designed primarily for the purpose of adding material to a document to make an enhanced version. It is similar in many ways to a
<paragraphs> in that it can be placed within any division and must be titled. The main difference is that it is not displayed by default, so you must set a processing switch to enable its appearance:
xsltproc -stringparam commentary yes ...
Other distinctions are:
Since it is elective, you need to be careful about cross-references to and from a
<commentary>. It is highly likely that you will want to make cross-references within a
<commentary>pointing to other portions of your text, and this is always a good idea. You will want to avoid making cross-references to a
<commentary>from other parts of the text, with the exception of a cross-reference that originates within some
Numbered items are prohibited within a
<commentary>, such as a
<theorem>. Doing so would disrupt consecutive numbering in different versions, with or without,
<commentary>included. Numbered equations are not prohibited in the schema, but should definitely be avoided anyway.