Subject: minimal set of packages for docbook5 processing on fedora 12?
i posted this on the fedora list earlier today, but i figure this is just as appropriate a venue. what's the starter set of packages that one needs to start processing docbook5 on fedora 12, if one wants to work strictly with XML (not SGML), and leave DSSSL out of it, and so on? in short, how little must i install depending on what output i want to generate? minimally, i realize i'm going to need (and what follows is out of pure ignorance since i have yet to attempt db5 processing on fedora): * libxml2 (for xmllint and xmlcatalog) * libxslt (for xsltproc) * docbook5-schemas * docbook5-style-xsl * fop (for PDF output) you get the idea. i want to put together a single-page wiki entry that shows fedora 12 people how to get started with writing and processing db5, but i don't want to drag along all the historical baggage. thoughts? i'm just about to peruse bob stayton's docbook XSL book, and i can already see the caution that xmllint can't fully handle docbook5. rday -- ======================================================================== Robert P. J. Day Waterloo, Ontario, CANADA Linux Consulting, Training and Kernel Pedantry. Web page: http://crashcourse.ca Twitter: http://twitter.com/rpjday ========================================================================