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Subject: DOCBOOK-APPS: locating stylesheets with a param


I'm hope someone has dealt with this before. I would like to have the 
flexibility to *not* have driver files in the file system near the 
docbook-xsl but also I don't want to hard code the import of the 
stylesheets. Currently I have the following directories.


In the driver file I have the following which I call from my make system 
with the xslt processor.
<xsl:import href="../docbook-xsl/xhtml/docbook.xsl"/>
This works fine but if I have a special document, I would like to keep 
the special driver with the doc rather than just using the generic 
driver in the drivers directory.

With a previous post about params, I can get a param into the stylesheet 
but import seems to have to be first in the stylesheet so I use a param 
with import. xsl:include allows the param first but I can't get the 
param into the href.

<xsl:param name="jdbk.home"/>
<xsl:include href="/$jdbk.home/docbook-xsl/xhtml/docbook.xsl"/>

Is something like the above possible?
You can't put an element like <xsl:value-of select="$jdbk.home"/> in the 
attribute value so I'm not sure this is possible. Even if this is 
possible will include work okay as I'm not sure exactly how template 
overriding occurs and how it is different based on include versus import.


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