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Re: XSL stylesheets and libxslt - are there knownproblems?
- To: docbook-apps at lists dot oasis-open dot org
- Subject: Re: DOCBOOK-APPS: XSL stylesheets and libxslt - are there knownproblems?
- From: Norman Walsh <ndw at nwalsh dot com>
- Date: Thu, 31 May 2001 16:54:48 -0400
- References: <00c201c0e908$fe9c4c00$0200a8c0@lifelesswks>
/ Robert Collins <firstname.lastname@example.org> was heard to say:
| My environment:
| libXML - current stable.
| libxslt - 0.10.0, with a patch to add doctype to HTML chunked files.
| docbookXML 4.1.2
| docbookXSL 1.2.9
Try a later XSL release from sourceforge.net/projects/docbook/
| * The article TOC only gets the first entry. The legal section (GFDL)
| doesn't appear in the article TOC. IIRC it does appear with the DSSSL
Small sample document, please.
| * xref's are generating errors. I don't believe any are working. I'm
| going to generate a minimal testcase for this. The errors look like
| Error: no ID for constraint linkend: q-mailing-list.
| XRef to nonexistent id: q-mailing-list
| and the xref is linking to a question element. (which does exist with
| that id.). I've tried quoting the id ("'foo'" rather than "foo") but it
| didn't appear to change anything.
I bet your document doesn't have a !DOCTYPE declaration. They're only
IDs if the DTD says they are. Otherwise they're just attributes that
happened to be named id.
| * Question auto-numbering isn't working. As far as I can tell, the
| label.content template isn't being called for questions or answers. We
| have qandadiv elements, and they are being number correctly. I've tried
| explicitly turning on qanda.inherit.numeration, although I believe it's
| meant to be on by default.
Oh, there's probably problems with the stylesheets in this area.
Be seeing you,
Norman Walsh <email@example.com> | There exist some evils so terrible
http://www.oasis-open.org/docbook/ | and some misfortunes so horrible
Chair, DocBook Technical Committee | that we dare not think of them,
| whilst their very aspect makes us
| shudder; but if they happen to
| fall on us, we find ourselves
| stronger than we imagined; we
| grapple with our ill luck, and
| behave better than we expected we
| should.--La Bruy\`ere
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