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Re: [docbook] Re: QUERY: URI convention in DocBook XSL Stylesheets

On Sat, Oct 04, 2003 at 06:34:18PM +0200, Steinar Bang wrote:
> >>>>> Daniel Veillard <>:
> > On Fri, Oct 03, 2003 at 02:43:12PM -0400, Jeff Beal wrote:
> >> I have had success with both xsltproc and saxon on Windows 2000 using
> >> 'file:///C:/' to begin my absolute URI's in XSL files.  (FWIW, Emacs uses
> >> 'file:/C:/', but xsltproc fails on this.)
> >   To me "file:/C:/" doesn't seems correct w.r.t. the old RFC describing
> > (or failing to describe :-\) the file protocol.
> You want two slashes, and then an optional machine name, followed by a
> slash, and then the path on the machine?

  Me ? No, what I want is just to not hear about Windows problems ;-)

> Eg. something like this:
> 	file://mywinpc.somewhere/C:/...
> or
> 	file:///C:/...
> ?

  I think that's what the RFC requires, yes,
file:/// being equivalent to file://localhost/ and localhost means
the local machine.


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