An Introduction to the Buddhist Canon: Indian Works=大藏經入門 -- 印度撰述部
香港, 中國 [Hong Kong, China]
(Taisho No. 1636). Published in Taiwan by Charng Chuen Shuh (常春樹[Evergreen])：Shin-diann, Taipei, 1988, 231 pages. Compiled by Tarn Guang-ming (譚光明).
This work is a compendium of the teachings to be studied and practised by a bodhisattva, i.e. a practitioner of Mahayana Buddhism. It consists of three parts -- verses, quotations from sutras, and simple comments by the author -- and is a valuable source of material for our knowledge of the orthodox branch of late Indian Buddhism.
The Chinese translation gives Dharmakirti as the author，but according to the Sanskrit text it was composed by Santideva.