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Re: Rendering DocBook
- Subject: Re: Rendering DocBook
- From: Chris Armstrong <>
- Date: Wed, 19 Apr 2000 18:46:10 -0400
- In-reply-to: <200004192131.XAA01042@alpha.cdg.acriter.nl>; from firstname.lastname@example.org on Wed, Apr 19, 2000 at 11:31:38PM +0200
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- Resent-date: Wed, 19 Apr 2000 18:46:39 -0400 (EDT)
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Ya know what, I don't think I fully understand. :) All the html HOWTOs
at www.linuxdoc.org look the same to me (ToC as the front page, each page
linked to), and completely different from what the default html rendering
with sgmltools is (with 'sgmltools -b html foobar.sgml'). Stylesheets specify
what the output looks like, in whatever format, correct? So there would
be a different style sheet for each format (text, html, postscript, etc),
correct? And I know that DocBook is the format that the LDP accepts for
HOWTOs, so they have to render those DocBook sgml files to the HTML that
I see on www.linuxdoc.org/HOWTO/..
On Wed, Apr 19, 2000 at 11:31:38PM +0200, Cees de Groot wrote:
> If you mean the stylesheet for the LDP *DocBook* HOWTO's, it is probably the
> default DocBook stylesheet kit - either it is already on your computer (most
> distributions have the thing as a package) or you can fetch it from nwalsh.com.
> If you mean the stylesheets for the LDP LinuxDoc HOWTO's - forget it. They're
> based on a completely different technology, not even worth thinking about
> converting them.
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