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Subject: Re: DOCBOOK-APPS: <articleinfo/> weirdness
At 04:08 AM 5/23/01, Rafael R. Sevilla wrote: >I'm just wondering about a few small things about articleinfo. I write an >articleinfo set like this: > > <articleinfo> > <title>Implementation of a Secure Maintenance Network</title> > <pubsnumber>RFC INTERPH-BP-002</pubsnumber> > <corpauthor>Inter.Net Philippines, Inc.</corpauthor> > <collab> > <collabname>William Emmanuel S. Yu</collabname> > </collab> > </articleinfo> > >But only the <title/> and <corpauthor/> data gets displayed in the final >document. The rest just vanishes into thin air. I would think all of >this meta information should be displayed in some form! I'm struggling with the same problem at the moment. Norm did a piece for XSLT-UK 01 which addressed it. In the fo directory is a file in xml which specifies how the titlepage content is selected and displayed. Tweak this to include exclude what you want, transform it using the /template/titlepage.xsl stylesheet into mytemplate.xsl, then create a shell importing and including mytemplate.xsl and docbook.xsl then use this as the stylesheet for your xml document. Some documentation in template/titlepage.xsl, I don't know if Norm has put his paper up on his website yet how this all works. I'm finding it OK with Renderx and Antenna House so far. Just takes a bit of thinking about. Regards DaveP Norm resolved the duplicate definition of the named template. I guess that will be fixed before 1.38 goes hot.
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