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Subject: Re: [docbook-dev] Internationalized index in XSL


On Thu, Nov 27, 2003 at 01:39:29PM +0100, Jirka Kosek wrote:
> Hi,
> 
> automatic indexing which is available in the DocBook XSL stylesheets is 
> working quite well for English, but for other languages it lacks several 
> features.
> 
>  From my own experience, following functionality is missing:
> 
> - allow to group accented letters like e, ,  into the same group under 
> letter "e"
> 
> - treat special letters (e.g. "ch") as one character and place them in 
> correct position (e.g. between "h" and "i")
> 
> Attached customization layer is able to solve these two issues. If you 
> want to try it, just import original fo/docbook.xsl into your 
> customization layer and then include attached file. It was tested under 
> Saxon, but should work in any processor which implements EXSLT function 
> extension.

Hi Jirka,
I just tried it with xsltproc, and it fails with
this message (repeated several times):

xmlXPathCompOpEval: function group-index bound to undefined prefix i

This seems odd, since the XSL file includes this namespace
declaration in the root element:

  xmlns:i="urn:cz-kosek:functions:index"

I even tried adding the namespace declaration here:

  <func:function name="i:group-index"
                 xmlns:i="urn:cz-kosek:functions:index">

and I still get the same error.  I wonder if this
is a bug in xsltproc's implementation of
exslt functions?

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