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Subject: Re: DOCBOOK-APPS: how to get xsltproc to generate "tidy" html?
On Tue, 12 Nov 2002, Jirka Kosek wrote: > "Robert P. J. Day" wrote: > > > > i'm sure numerous folks will tell me that this is a silly > > thing to do, but is there a parameter somewhere that will > > tell xsltproc to generate tidy html from docbook, so that > > it's at least remotely humanly readable, rather than one > > long line? just curious. having it a bit more readable > > makes it easier to debug glitches when one is forced to > > look at the page source. thanks. > > If you are using chunk.xsl stylesheet, you can set parameter > chunker.output.indent to "yes". But note that this can mungle > programlistings and other literal environments in some XSLT processors. > > Jirka in "some" XSLT processors? ideally, should it leave those particular environments alone? that is, if it does mungle them, would that be considered a bug in the processor? rday
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