Subject: Re: [docbook-apps] Change error message in output for missingxinclude?
Quoting "Schramm, Martin" <MSchramm@harmanbecker.com>: > But sometimes there is no data to be published in those files. So there > is no file and the specific folder is empty, where the xinclude > reference points to. In this case, when we publish the "mother" file as > HTML or FO/PDF, there is naturally an error message in red letters > saying "<xi:include></xi:include>". > Changing this via a customization layer is certainly doable, but why not do it the other way round: wouldn't it be feasible to instruct your processing applications that create the data to be included to create a stub document instead of creating no output at all? This way your messages could even be more specific than a one-size-fits-all message generated by the customization layer. just a thought. Markus -- Markus Hoenicka email@example.com (Spam-protected email: replace the quadrupeds with "mhoenicka") http://www.mhoenicka.de