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Subject: DOCBOOK-APPS: XSL > v1.50 --> SVG namespace error

Hi all

I have just upgraded to DTD v4.2 and the latest stylesheets in a state of high excitement at the prospect of being able to reference SVG documents as an image type.  (NB I am not talking about embedding SVG inline using DocBook SVG Module V1.0b2, as I do not need that functionality just yet.)  However, I am currently unable to generate HTML from any source which contains an image of any type (not just SVG).

I raised the following bug report


which contains all the details including a simple test case.  My reason for raising this here is a growing suspicion that it is my usage which is at fault, since the problem is so fundamental.  Running xsltproc in verbose mode produced

xsltChoose: test svg:*
Error Undefined namespace prefix

Can someone enlighten me as to what I am doing wrong or confirm that there is a bug after all?

Best wishes

Kevin Ruscoe


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