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Subject: Re: [docbook-apps] syntax highlighting doesn't work, nor throws errors.
-----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- Hash: RIPEMD160 Mike wrote: > Thanks very much man, I hope you're asleep now, but here's my > response if you come back tomorrow. *chuckles* Nah... no such luck... ;-) > First I got: > > $ ./build.sh Error at xsl:import on line 5 of > file:/www/notlive/HighlightTest/./styles/customization.html.xsl: > Failure reading > file:/home/jpm/Development/XML/DocBook/docbook-xsl/html/chunk.xsl: no > more input Transformation failed: Failed to compile stylesheet. 1 > error detected. > > That's because your customization.html.xsl still had your paths in > it. No problem, I switched it to my xsl instead and made my paths > absolute. Thanks. > And then: > > ./build.sh Note: namesp. cut : stripped namespace before processing > Code Highlighting test Note: namesp. cut : processing stripped > document Code Highlighting test Loading Xslthl > configuration from > file:///www/notlive/docbook/xslthldamnit/highlighters/xslthl-config.xml... > XSLT Highlighter: Cannot read xslthl-config.xml, no custom > highlighters will be available. Writing > /www/mfsite/docbook/templatedocs/index.html for article > > and still, no highlighting. > > I am cursed. *chuckles* I sincerely hope not. So we're back at the very same error that we have been fighting for a while now. Interesting. You mentioned that the file /www/notlive/docbook/xslthldamnit/highlighters/xslthl-config.xml is readable, right? So it can't be a permission problem. Hmmmm... I re-checked... you wrote: > -Dxslthl.config="file:///www/notlive/docbook/xslthldamnit/highlighters/xslthl-config.xml" > > > I also tried giving it the path to the xslthl-config.xml file that > comes with the docbook xsl: > > -Dxslthl.config="file:///www/notlive/docbook/docbook-xsl-1.74.3-pre/highlighting/xslthl-config.xml" > > > Which is also a valid path, and I can also cut and paste into firefox > (including the "file://" part) and see the file. Still get the error > message and no highlighting. At the moment, we're using the first file. Did you check its readability as well (just crossing my t's here)? Juri P.S. Yes, I am off for today now. ;-) - -- firstname.lastname@example.org (no longer valid - where are you now, Martin?) -- from /usr/src/linux/drivers/cdrom/mcd.c -----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE----- Version: GnuPG v1.4.9 (GNU/Linux) Comment: Using GnuPG with Mozilla - http://enigmail.mozdev.org iEYEAREDAAYFAkmkZsIACgkQeKE9NrxdrXzdrwCfURKV9GaJINdbY/N94T8tJM98 eRIAn0mH95zHbi8mpa2Ysm1XHv0DhLnK =ZqUf -----END PGP SIGNATURE-----