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Subject: Re: [docbook-apps] Re: How to use Calabash with the DocBook XSL1.0 Stylesheets?

Hi Norm,

wish you all a happy new year! :-)

Am Samstag, 31. Dezember 2011, 07:29:16 schrieb Norman Walsh:
> [...]
> > It seems, it doesn't help to add the Saxon6 jar into the
> > classpath.
> No, it doesn't. I think the only way to fix this would be to write an
> XProc extension step that used the Saxon6 implementation.

Thanks for confirming.

> Or start using the DocBook XSLT 2.0 stylesheets. :-)

Actually I did, but wasn't successfull. :-)

The usual docbook.xsl works like a charm. I don't have any problems with it so 
far. However, for some unknown reason, the chunk.xsl doesn't work for me 
(yet). I used Saxon9 with the original DocBook XSLT 2.0 stylesheet like this:

$ saxon9 -xi -s:en/xml/DoCookbook.xml \

Interestingly, this doesn't print any "Writing ..." messages. I get these 
files now:

  chunk-appendix-d62e5692.html  chunk-book-d62e2.html
  chunk-chapter-d62e2464.html  chunk-chapter-d62e475.html
  chunk-preface-d62e179.html  [...]

Ok, it seems, the naming has been changed, but strangly I didn't get an 
index.html file. My naive thought was to have some navigation headers, but 
they don't show up in my HTML files. Maybe there is some magic which I've 
missed. I would love to use the chunking stylesheet too. :-)

Oh, by the way: 
When I've played with the XSLT2 stylesheets, I've came across some bugs. As I 
wasn't sure if you prefer still the Sourceforge ticker or Github, I used the 
former. Here are some pointers, hope they are helpful:

#3464876  xslt2: keycap/@function not used
#3464633  xslt2: Parameter img.src.path has no effect
#3450421  xslt2: Relative paths for transclusion do not work
#3431422  xslt2: menuchoice is not correctly rendered 

> > Has anybody successfully used
> > Calabash with the DocBook XSLT 1.0 stylesheets?
> I'll take a quick peek at writing an cx:xslt1 extension step.

Thanks Norman! :-)

  Thomas Schraitle

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