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Subject: Re: [docbook-apps] Re: page-specific footer for chunked output

Did you update the olink data file for the book that is now rendering
differently?  Olinks always link to a rendered document, so if something is
changed in the content or the processing, the data file needs to be

Bob Stayton
Sagehill Enterprises
DocBook Consulting

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Sam Steingold" <sds@gnu.org>
To: <docbook-apps@lists.oasis-open.org>
Sent: Saturday, February 05, 2005 4:39 PM
Subject: [docbook-apps] Re: page-specific footer for chunked output

> > * Bob Stayton <obof@fntruvyy.arg> [2005-02-04 14:50:32 -0800]:
> >
> > I still can't duplicate the problem you were seeing.  When I set
> > use.id.as.filename=1 and don't change root.filename, and I have an id
> > on the book element, I get the TOC file named index.html and all links
> > to it say index.html and they work. That is what it is supposed to do.
> yes, indeed this is the case.
> unfortunately, not all is well: olinks are broken:
> in a separate document,
>    <olink targetdoc="impnotes" targetptr="impnotes-top"/>
> is rendered as
>    <a href="impnotes-top.html" class="olink">CLISP impnotes</a>
> and there is no file "impnotes-top.html", only "index.html".
> > The only time use.id.as.filename setting has an effect on the root
> > element's chunk filename is when the root.filename parameter is
> > explicitly set to an empty string.  Then it will fall back to the id
> > value if there is one, or generate one if there is no id. But in all
> > cases, the links agree with the filename and work.  I can't find any
> > combination of parameters and id values that makes the root filename
> > and the link references different from each other.  Do you still have
> > the version of the customization that did that?
> no, sorry.
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