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Re: DocBook Walkthrough?
On May 15, 8:46am, email@example.com wrote:
> Subject: Re: DocBook Walkthrough?
> > > In the DSSSL stylesheet, we have these 2 settings:
> > >
> > > (define %html-ext%
> > > ;; force a .html file extension
> > > ".html")
> > >
> > > (define %use-id-as-filename%
> > > ;; Use ID attributes as name for component HTML files?
> > > #t)
> > That means I'd have to change the standard (well as far as anything
> > be called standard) specifications on my one machine which I'm
> > to do. I rather do it using tags than changing stylesheets. If I'd
> > modify a stylesheet it means that everybody who use my SMGL files need
> > the modified stylesheets. Not a good thing in my opinion.
> You _don't_ need to change any standard files. What you can do is
> create a customization file. With this you can change some default
> DocBook values.
Thanks Jorge. I was just about to reply!
The base stylesheets can and should stay the same - remain as they
are packaged with the distribution. I wrote a very simple "ldp.dsl"
stylesheet only for the purpose of *extending and overriding some
This was absolutely the correct thing to do.
> If you want an example, please write me a message.
Or I; or see: http://metalab.unc.edu/gferg/ldp/ldp.dssl
This is based on an extended stylesheet that Conectiva provides
with its distribution. I then simply reference this stylesheet
(rather than the provided default) from the jade command line:
% jade -t sgml -i html -d <pth>/ldp.dsl#html <howto>.sgml
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