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Subject: ePub metadata: dc:language
I'm using the 2009-04-10 snapshot of the DocBook XSL stylesheets to take advantage of the significant improvements I've seen in the repository with respect to ePub metadata. So far (almost) everything works great: - attribute "file-as" of "dc:creator" works like expected - "dc:publisher" and "dc:identifier" works too - "dc:description" works if I omit the optional <title>. Otherwise the title content gets part of dc:description, which might not be satisfactory in any case. I don't have a final suggestion for this, but maybe there should be at least a kind of separator (e.g. ':') after the <title>. Inexplicably I can't get to work setting the language of the document using the standard "lang" attribute of the <article>: <article lang="es"> ... ePub/docbook.xsl simply calls the "l10n.language" template from "common/l10n.xsl" but this does not lead to the expected result (I still see:<dc:language ...>en</dc:language>). Is setting the "lang" attribute not the correct way to specify the used language of the document? Michael PS: Converting the same document to HTML works like expected, I see <div class="article" lang="es" xml:lang="es"> in the HTML file.