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Re: Problem generating slides (was Re: The slidesdoctype - XSL-FO output)
Sheesh... answering my own email yet again...
> BUT... (per Norm) the current public version of his Slides doctype
> doesn't yet support the <confgroup> element... so it doesn't work
> right now. (And won't until either Norm can find the time to release
> his next version or someone else hacks the XSL.)
Norm indicated that he has updated the CVS repository on SourceForge.
You can get it from:
by checking out the module "slides" or browsing the repository.
You need to modify line 5 of 'slides.xsl' to be the path to where you
have the DocBook XSL stylesheets... specifically 'html/chunk.xsl'
Note that his 'slides.xsl' stylesheet no longer generates a frameset
by default. If you want frames, you need to indicate that your stylesheet
is 'frames.xsl'. Also, if you want a header and footer that stay in the same
place all the time (i.e. at the top and bottom of the window), you can edit
'frames.xsl' and set "multiframe" to "1"... which is VERY cool!
I'm generating it using Saxon 6.2.2 and viewing on Netscape 4.77 on
Red Hat Linux 7.0. The command was quite simply:
java com.icl.saxon.StyleSheet file.xml /home/dyork/db/cvs/slides/xsl/slides.xsl
java com.icl.saxon.StyleSheet file.xml /home/dyork/db/cvs/slides/xsl/frames.xsl
when generating against 'slides.xsl' the resulting start file is 'index.html'
when generating against 'frames.xsl' the resulting start file is 'frames.html'
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