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Subject: Re: [docbook-apps] Custom Localization Support Broken?
Hi, On Thu, 05 Jul 2012 16:13:04 +0200 Jirka Kosek <email@example.com> wrote: > On 5.7.2012 14:59, Thomas Schraitle wrote: > > > https://sourceforge.net/tracker/?func=detail&aid=3540451&group_id=21935&atid=373750 > > > > I took the liberty to commit the language file in > > gentext/locale/en.xml already. Of course, it needs to be done for > > all the other languages as well. I can provide German. :) > > > > If you don't object, I can also update the keycap template. > > Thanks, please go ahead. Ok, I've fixed it in xsl/fo/inline.xsl xsl/html/inline.xsl (revision 9469). From my understanding, the XHTML* stylesheets will be automatically generated and JavaHelp and HTMLHelp are based on HTML. So I haven't changed these. There is also manpage/inline.xsl which I haven't touched too. It seems there isn't a keycap template so I wasn't sure what was the best approach. Before I mess up things, I'll leave it to Michael, maybe he can have a look and add a small patch. :) The current implementation is this: If @function is set and keycap is empty, then the template will use the content from the keycap context, otherwise it will use just the given text. <keycap>X</keycap> => X <keycap function="alt"/> => Alt <keycap function="control">Control</keycap> => Control Hope that's ok. :) I've tested it in my environment, but it would be nice if someone can have a look... -- Gruß/Regards, Thomas Schraitle