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Re: working SGML package
- Subject: Re: working SGML package
- From: Gary Lawrence Murphy <>
- Date: 06 Nov 1999 15:51:34 -0500
- Organization: TeleDynamics --- the Art of Being There
- Reply-To: Gary Lawrence Murphy <>
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- Resent-Date: 6 Nov 1999 20:51:44 -0000
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>>>>> "H" == Hugo van der Kooij <Hugo.van.der.Kooij@caiw.nl> writes:
>> installation should also build the system CATALOG file to a
>> useful set of features
H> It seems the RPM files from Cygnus do that at install time. But
H> I'm no expert in that particular area.
It didn't for me; I _think_ I installed the Cygnus tools (are those
the sgml-VERSION kit? I installed so many different distros in search
of something I could grok that I lost count. Maybe what I need is the
ability to mix and match vendors and just fetch the tools I need to
complete what I now have with OpenJade.
>> - You should be able to extend stylesheets locally (ie system
>> wide) and on a per-document basis without adding three 'path'
>> options to your command line.
H> This is as much a thing of organising stylesheets. But a single
H> variable should be able to distinguish between
H> myorg/mysheet.dsl and yourorg/yoursheet.dsl I guess.
Single variable _where_? Environment? A define in the makefile? This
is one place where I got bogged down and settled for the brute force
of having several hard-coded options in my Makefile.
H> Or something like: db2html
H> (which allready exists)
I didn't get one, or if I did, I didn't find it. The docs lead me to
sgml2html which partially worked when I used an sgmltools-VERSION package
I got from Norm's site (I think) but broke when I moved to OpenJade.
Now is this a topic for a HOWTO or what? :)
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