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Subject: Re: [docbook-apps] Area contents overflows area - withuse.extensions=1
Ok, well I don't know which one was causing the problem, but don't care, because it ran with the text insert extension on, which is the only one I care about. However, when I run the stylesheet, I get this: [ERROR] no handler defined for :a foreign xml. Does it not include xml files? Brian On Mon, 2003-06-09 at 03:12, Bob Stayton wrote: > On Fri, Jun 06, 2003 at 11:42:52AM -0400, Brian Burridge wrote: > > When I turn on extensions (and I have places saxon651.jar in my > > classpath, and am using saxon.jar v652), When it gets to a certain page > > (can't tell where, but fairly early on), the XSLT process just hangs and > > makes no further programs but keeps printing out "[INFO] area contents > > overflows area". The file size no longer grows, and I have to kill the > > process. Any suggestions? > > > > At present, I'm not actually using any calls to any extensions. Its my > > normal doc that I've run a million times. I just turned extensions on > > and it no longer works. > > Actually, you are activating all the XSL extensions. > These are the default parameter settings for the extensions > in the HTML stylesheets: > > <xsl:param name="callouts.extension" select="'1'"/> > <xsl:param name="graphicsize.extension" select="1"/> > <xsl:param name="linenumbering.extension" select="'1'"/> > <xsl:param name="tablecolumns.extension" select="'1'"/> > <xsl:param name="textinsert.extension" select="'1'"/> > <xsl:param name="use.extensions" select="'0'"/> > > If you turn on use.extensions, you activate them all. > If you have a table, for example, then the tablecolumns.extension > will be used. If you have a graphic, then the graphicsize.extension > will be used. > > I suggest you set the individual parameters to zero, > then turn them on one by one to see which one causes > the breakage.