Section 33.4 Instructor's Notes
<commentary> element, as described above, can be used effectively by an individual instructor to customize a personal version of a book. This is not as fine-grained as highlights or annotations, so is not meant as a replacement for tools that support more localized personal additions.
The ideal way to do this would be with a text having source distributed as a git repository, and with notes managed by git. Here is a rough outline, assuming a solid understanding of git.
Clone the author's repository to a local, personal, location.
Make a long-lived
notesbranch off the author's
<commentary>with commits on the
masterfrom the original repository to receive updates and fixes from the author.
notesso the enhanced version gets the author's changes without changing
Produce personalized output from the
notesbranch via PreTeXt as normal, with the switch enabling display of the