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Subject: Re: [docbook-apps] Please test DocBook XSL 1.70.1



Le 29 mai 2006 à 06:07, Michael(tm) Smith a écrit :

> Mich«²le Garoche <michele.garoche@easyconnect.fr> writes:
>
>> Le 27 mai 2006 «¢ 17:08, Daniel Leidert a «±crit :
>>
>>> Am Samstag, den 27.05.2006, 06:22 +0200 schrieb Mich«²le Garoche:
>>>> Le 26 mai 2006 «¢ 19:28, Michael(tm) Smith a «±crit :
>>>>
>>>> I wonder if there is not an error in the .profile.incl file when
>>>> adding the catalog to /etc/xml/catalog:
>>>>
>>>> # /etc/xml/catalog exists but is not in XML_CATALOG_FILES, so  
>>>> add it
>>>> if [ -f /etc/xml/catalog ] &&   [ "${XML_CATALOG_FILES#*/etc/xml/
>>>> catalog*}" = "$XM$..... (line cut)
>>>>   XML_CATALOG_FILES="$XML_CATALOG_FILES /etc/xml/catalog"
>>>> fi
>>>> export XML_CATALOG_FILES
>>>>
>>> AFAIK only space and colon are accepted separators for Unix. Windows
>>> AFAIK accepts a semicolon instead of the colon.
>>>
>>> I may be wrong of course.
>> No, you're right, it's only a matter of wrong English word: read
>> colon instead of semi-colon. Anyway it seems to be missing, the lines
>> with sgml have it.
>
> It's correct as is. The filenames in the value of
> XML_CATALOG_FILES should be separated by spaces. I think the
> rationale behind that is that the filenames can be URLs --
> http://example.com/catalog.xml or whatever.
Oh, I did not know that, thanks for the explaination.


Cheers,
Michèle
<http://micmacfr.homeunix.org>

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