[PATCH 1/2: xorg-sgml-doctools] Provide common CSS & XSL stylesheets for DocBook docs
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Fri Jun 18 11:27:11 PDT 2010
On Fri, Jun 18, 2010 at 9:56 AM, Alan Coopersmith
<alan.coopersmith at oracle.com> wrote:
> Dan Nicholson wrote:
>> It's a stretch to put the css files in this directory. The ent and xsl
>> files make sense since xsltproc will search for them here and include
>> them. Not so for the css file.
>> I'm not sure what a better alternative would be, though. Just for a datapoint:
>> $ find /usr/share/sgml -name '*.css' | wc -l
>> Maybe pkgdatadir would be more appropriate, but I guess I'm OK
>> overloading this path.
> Yeah, I saw there were other .xsl files in that subdir on my machine, such as
> the upstream docbook stylesheets, but didn't know where to put the .css. Since
> it's referenced in the .xsl putting in the same directory made the most sense to
>>> + <xsl:param name="saxon.character.representation" select="'entity;decimal'"/>
>> This setting isn't really useful for xorg since we use xsltproc and
>> not saxon. However, this appears to be the default value anyway:
> I don't remember why I put that in originally - it's been cargo-culted around as
> this style sheet has been copied from module to module.
> Once this is in git, I'll go back and apply changes similar to the libXmu patch
> to replace the prior copies in app/xfs & lib/libXfont.
OK. Here's a couple other parameters I had when I was foolish enough
to attempt converting the XKB docs to docbook. I'm not sure they're
useful for all the docs, but I'm pretty sure section.autolabel makes
the <article> docs look more like the SGML ones.
<xsl:param name="section.autolabel" select="1"/>
<xsl:param name="section.label.includes.component.label" select="1"/>
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