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Subject: Re: [docbook-apps] callout-lists and HTML/PDF creation withxsltproc/libxslt

Am Dienstag, den 27.02.2007, 18:38 +0900 schrieb Michael(tm) Smith:
> Daniel Leidert <daniel.leidert.spam@gmx.net>, 2007-02-27 08:59 +0100:
> > Yeah. This could have been a solution :) I just have one problem with
> > that: The extensions do not exist on Debian systems. Unfortunately I
> > cannot provide them with the docbook-xsl package. Maybe it could be a
> > way to provide the extensions (and only the extensions, not the whole
> > saxon.jar) as separate java archive (something like
> > saxon-nwalsh-ext.jar). But I don't know, if this is possible or if the
> > Saxon version in docbook-xsl's SVN is heavily patched.
> We don't actually have a Saxon version in our svn -- the only
> thing we have are source files for the DocBook XSL Java
> extensions, which is what the jar files in docbook-xsl are built
> from. Users need to separately install Saxon (for example, Debian
> users need to install libsaxon-java) in order to use Saxon.

Yes. I already noticed that. IMO that should ease the problem.

> > I should ask our pkg-java team. They should probably know.
> If you can, please forward or Cc me on any correspondence you have
> with them about the DocBook XSL Java extensions. Putting together
> a upstream package of just the extensions separate from the
> stylesheets should not be too much work, but I want to make sure
> it'll meet whatever the Java packaging policy guidelines Debian
> and other distros may have.

The thread started here:
and is probably continued in debian-java:

Regards, Daniel

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