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Subject: Re: DOCBOOK-APPS: Table "morerows" fails with DBF?
On Mon, 2002-07-15 at 20:12, Robert C. Paulsen Jr. wrote: > On Mon, Jul 15, 2002 at 06:05:16PM +0100, Ian Castle wrote: > > Sure it isn't openjade 1.3.1? > > > > If it isn't you will need that. > > > > However, there are still some problems with morerows - it doesn't work > > in all circumstances... (usually if the column with "morerows" is the > > first column, then it works :-). > > Thanks! I downloaded and installed OpenJade 1.3.1 and "morerows" is now > working. I only needed it to work in the first column, but it worked OK in > the 2nd column at least in the simple test case I tried (a minor mod to > the example in my original post). > > To install, I simply did the standard: > > ./configure You probably want to supply values for the default catalogs and search path: --enable-default-catalog=/etc/sgml/catalog and --enable-default-search-path=/usr/share/sgml This will give you behaviour that is compatible with the LSB specification. Another useful option is --enable-http Which will allow you to validate your web sites - e.g. onsgmls -v -s http://my.website.tld, which can be nice. Finally, you can specify a directory for storing some of the dsssl "library" functions (some of the higher level DSSSL in openjade is defined in terms of lower level DSSSL functions). --datadir=/usr/share/sgml/openjade-1.3.1 for example. That just keeps all your sgml related stuff in the LSB directory structure. You may also want to specify --prefix if you don't want to use /usr/local - but that is probably as /usr/local. > make > makeinstall make install-man to get some nice manual pages. > > then renamed some original executables and made a few softlinks: > > cd /usr/bin > mv jade jade-orig > mv spam spam-orig > mv nsgmls nsgmls-orig > mv sgmlnorm sgmlnorm-orig > mv spent spent-orig > ln -s /usr/local/bin/openjade jade > ln -s /usr/local/bin/ospam spam > ln -s /usr/local/bin/onsgmls nsgmls > ln -s /usr/local/bin/osgmlnorm sgmlnorm > ln -s /usr/local/bin/ospent spent That's the best thing to do. > > The docbook tools I use now seem to pick up the new stuff. > I'm surprised* that SuSE doesn't have an openjade 1.3.1 RPM though!!!! Regards, Ian. *well, actually, I'm pretty sure that they do. > -- > Robert C. Paulsen, Jr. > firstname.lastname@example.org
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