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


I think I just found a regression. In HTML output chunked by 
html/chunk.xsl the relative image paths specified in imagedata/@fileref 
are transformed to full paths in img/@src. This happens because the 
keep.relative.image.uris param, with the default value 1 is ignored in 
the template xsl:template/match="@fileref" from html/chunk-code.xsl. I 
think the fix is to test the value of keep.relative.image.uris just like 
in html/graphics.xsl. So the template should look like the following in 

<xsl:template match="@fileref">
   <!-- need a check for absolute urls -->
       <xsl:when test="contains(., ':')">
         <!-- it has a uri scheme so it is an absolute uri -->
         <xsl:value-of select="."/>
       <xsl:when test="$keep.relative.image.uris != 0">
           <xsl:value-of select="."/>
       <!-- its a relative uri -->
       <xsl:call-template name="relative-uri">
         <xsl:with-param name="destdir">
           <xsl:call-template name="dbhtml-dir">
             <xsl:with-param name="context" select=".."/>

Best regards,


Michael(tm) Smith wrote:

> Please take some time to download and test version 1.70.1 of the
> DocBook XSL stylesheets. If there are any bugs or regressions
> introduced in 1.70.0 in 1.70.1, it would be best to get them
> identified and fixed as soon as possible.
> You can do a single-user install/uninstall of 1.70.1 by following
> these steps:
>   1. Download and uncompress the release from:
>      http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=21935&package_id=16608
>      You can uncompress the release file anywhere on your system.
>      It doesn't need to go in /usr/local (or wherever) and you
>      should not put it under /usr/share/xml or anywhere that's
>      under the control of your OS's package-management system.
>      It's fine just to put it in your home directory.
>   2. Run in the install.sh file in the release directory.
>        $ ./install.sh
>      That will set up your XML and SGML catalog environment so
>      that it temporarily points to the place where you installed
>      the 1.70.1. (The changes the install.sh file makes are
>      non-destructive; it does not make any changes to your "real"
>      catalog environment.)
>   3. After you're done testing with 1.70.1, if you want to restore
>      your catalog environment to its original settings, you can do
>      so by running the uninstall.sh file:
>        $ ./uninstall.sh
> Thanks,
>   --Mike

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