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Subject: Re: [docbook-apps] Possible <Glossary>/<Subtitle> bug?


>>I'll see about removing the obsolete code.
That would be handy ;o)

>>In fact, the glossary subtitle is being handled by the default template 
for subtitle in mode='titlepage.mode'.
OK. I can see that happening.

>> If you want something different for a glossary subtitle, you can add a 
template [like this] to your customization layer:
Ah. Now I have a problem.

My customisation layer now has:

<xsl:include href="my.titlepage.templates.xsl"/>
<xsl:template match="title" mode="glossary.recto.titlepage.mode">
  <h2 class="myglossarytitle"><xsl:apply-templates 

<xsl:template match="subtitle" mode="glossary.recto.titlepage.mode">
  <h3 class="myglossarysubtitle"><xsl:apply-templates 

Where my Titlepage mechanism consists of my.titlepage.templates.xml:

<t:titlepage t:element="glossary" t:wrapper="div" class="titlepage">
  <t:titlepage-content t:side="recto">
    <title t:force="1" t:named-template="component.title" 

which compiles without error into my.titlepage.templates.xsl.

<xsl:template match="title"... is outputing correctly but <xsl:template 
match="subtitle"... is still being skipped and so falls back to the 
default <xsl:template match="subtitle" mode="titlepage.mode"> template.

Is there anything I need to add to my.titlepage.templates.xml get my 
customisation to kick in? Previously I've managed to make my <book> 
titlepage work correctly in this manner so I'm familiar which the concept. 
I must have missed something somewhere though...


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