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Subject: RE: Using HTML profiling breaks olinks and HTML navigation

If I remove the following parameters, I found that profiling works:


  • olink.debug
  • collect.xref.targets
  • targets.filename
  • target.database.document


However, if I remove those parameters, all the olinks in my output are broken.


I guess I can try two-pass profiling to get the job done, but I hoped one pass would work. Has anyone found a way to profile Eclipse Help with olinks in one pass?



Jeff Powanda



----- Original Message -----

From: Mauritz Jeanson <mj <at> johanneberg.com>
Subject: RE: RE: Using HTML profiling breaks olinks and HTML navigation
Newsgroups: gmane.text.docbook.apps
Date: 2007-08-03 20:18:19 GMT (2 days, 7 hours and 15 minutes ago)

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Jeff Powanda 
> Thanks. I downloaded DocBook XSL 1.73.0 and tried importing 
> profile-eclipse.xsl instead of eclipse.xsl in my 
> customization layer, but the conditions don't seem to work 
> (that is, all DocBook elements with condition attributes are 
> excluded from the output). Is there something else I need to do?
> I'm using xsltproc to generate the output. 
All profile-*.xsl stylesheets rely on the exsl:node-set() extension
function. The author of xsltproc has his own (valid, as I understand it)
opinion on how that extension can be safely implemented, and that might be
causing the problem you are seeing (but this is just a wild guess). 

You can try


1. Another XSLT processor, for example Saxon.

2. Two-pass profiling (using profiling/profile.xsl).


If this does not help, you need to provide a complete but minimal test case

(including an input XML file) that can be used to reproduce the problem,

using the stock stylesheets.




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