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Subject: Re: [docbook-apps] PNGs not appearing in PDF (appearing fine in HTML)

	I didn't realise I was on the legacy platform :-)

FWIW, I have used fink to install them, and fink says:
  i   docbook-dsssl-n  1.79-4       Norman Walsh's DSSSL DocBook  
  i   docbook-dtd      4.5.0-1      DocBook SGML/XML DTDs official  
(i)  docbook-utils    0.6.14-1008  Utilities for manipulating SGML and  
  i   docbook-xsl      1.74.3-1     Norman Walsh's XSL DocBook  

So I have the XSL's installed - but I also have the DSSSL's, so  
perhaps I'm referring to the wrong ones?

The top of my file says:
<?xml version="1.0"?>
<!DOCTYPE book SYSTEM "/sw/share/xml/dtd/docbookx/4.1.2/docbookx.dtd" [
<!ENTITY biblio SYSTEM "biblio.docbook">
<!ENTITY gloss SYSTEM "glossary.docbook">

BTW, the links on this page:
result in 404 errors. Is there a better place to go to find out how to  
install the latest and greatest docbook on Mac OS X?


On 27/10/2010, at 7:05 AM, Mauritz Jeanson wrote:

> |  -----Original Message-----
> |  From: Nathan Bailey
> |
> |  docbook2html -u myfile.docbook generates an HTML file that
> |  includes my
> |  pictures.
> |  docbook2pdf -u myfile.docbook generates a PDF with only the text
> |  alternates/captions/etc.
> |
> |  I have tried a variety of ways of specifying the picture,
> |  drawing on
> |  similar reports on this list archive to no avail. I've
> |  looked at Nik
> |  Clayton's Makefiles but am not currently using them. I suspect the
> |  stylesheets reflect his suggested changes now?
> The last release of the DocBook DSSSL stylesheets was in 2004. The
> stylesheets are still available for download, but they are no longer
> actively maintained. Very few people ask about them these days. It  
> may not
> be the answer you were hoping for, but I would recommend you to  
> consider
> switching to the XSL stylesheets.
> Mauritz

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