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Subject: Re: [docbook-dev] DocBook-XSL 1.76.0-RC1 for preliminary testing


I am giving a try to make the xsl-webhelpindexer extension and I have some questions:

- can someone tell me how the VERSION file is created? (like in xsl-xalan or xsl-saxon)
- is there any external actions to do? (like in the scm, the bug tracker, ...)
- in Makefile, is "webhelpindexer.jar: $(wildcard src/)" correct? (I am not†familiar†with makefiles)


On Mon, Sep 20, 2010 at 3:06 PM, Mimil Mimil <mimilowns@gmail.com> wrote:
I didn't yet made the webhelp docbkx plugin but the plugin will mimic what your are doing in your ant file.

I am not sure it is a long task, I think about 3 steps:
- you guess you just need to split your ant file in 2 by extracting the compilation part into a top directory (like xsl-webhelpindexer?)
- I guess the Makefile in xsl/extensions have to be modified too to copy the jar you built + the lucen dependencies
- modify the your ant to take care of this new classpath

As I do not have the docbook building toolchain, I cannot make the test.


On Fri, Sep 17, 2010 at 10:38 PM, Cramer, David W (David) <dcramer@motive.com> wrote:

> I also have some comments on the webhelp/indexer content, I wonder if it can be refactored:†

> - isn't the indexer should be seen as a separate module as the xsl-saxon and xsl-xalan are?

> - and then the binaries located in extensions/ directory?

Yes, that make sense. Not sure how soon Iíll get around to breaking it out though.

Iíd also like to understand how to build webhelp using the docbkx maven plugin, but Iím new to maven.


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