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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




This will give you behaviour that is compatible with the LSB

Another useful option is


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).


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!!!!



*well, actually, I'm pretty sure that they do.

> -- 
> Robert C. Paulsen, Jr.
> robert@paulsenonline.net

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