Subject: Re: [docbook-apps] Question about XSLT processors
Karen,Here is a description of setting up xslt from Bob Stayton'sDocBook XSL: The Complete Guide. I have only used the Linuxdescription, but I think the windows version works well, too.If you plan to do much with DocBook XSL, his book is amust have. It will help you with your "hackfest." You canstart with the online version, but the print is worthhaving.Hope that helps,Dick Hamilton
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From: Karen Schneider [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Thursday, February 19, 2009 3:04 PM
To: email@example.comSubject: [docbook-apps] Question about XSLT processorsI'm following instructions for Windows on this page:
I've made it through all the steps, but I have to tell you these instructions feel like they have a high kludge factor to them -- lots of typing, command-line stuff, etc. -- and as a newbie I wondered if there were better tools.
(By the way, I have committed to holding two "hackfest" sessions on Docbook at our upcoming Evergreen conference, so I have about 90 days to actually learn enough to stay ahead of a group of folks ;) ... no pressure there, eh)
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