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Subject: Re: [docbook-apps] [HELP] How can I get rid of the output of the <revhistory /> tag in the EPUB output

As I mentioned on irc, put the template <xsl:template match="revhistory"
mode="titlepage.mode"/> in your actual customization layer. Bob's book
is for creating customization layers and his information doesn't apply
to stand-alone preprocessing xslts you write. Alternatively, remove
mode="titlepage.mode" from the template that matches revhistory in
I'd also suggest that you read one of the many fine introductions to xslt.


On 03/25/2013 12:15 PM, Shlomi Fish wrote:
> Hi all,
> I am trying to get rid of the <revhistory /> tag in the EPUB output here:
> https://github.com/shlomif/Human-Hacking-Field-Guide/tree/master/HHFG/text
> see below for more information - any help will be appreciated.
> This seems to be misleading:
> http://www.sagehill.net/docbookxsl/FormatRevhistory.html :
> <<<<
> Tip
> A quick way to turn off revhistory from output is to define an empty template
> for it in a customization layer. The following example will turn it off for all
> elements that contain a revhistory:
> <xsl:template match="revhistory" mode="titlepage.mode"/>
> Please see below for the conversation log. Any help will be appreciated.
> Regards,
> 	Shlomi Fish
> <rindolf> Hi all.
> <rindolf> I cannot seem to know how to get rid of <revhistory>...</revhistory>
> on my page. <rindolf>
> https://github.com/shlomif/Human-Hacking-Field-Guide/tree/master/HHFG/text -
> it's here. <rindolf> LotR: here? <rindolf> Vampire0: here?
> <rindolf> Anyone?
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> <rindolf> couture, dcramer_ , dtardon , joat , LotR , mhnoyes , pbor , pere ,
> scotm , shaunm , stefan2 , sunny256 , ThomasWaldmann , Vampire0 , verm__ : any
> idea?
> * pere did not notice the question.
> <dcramer_> rindolf, That would be via the titlepage stuff...
> <dcramer_> http://www.sagehill.net/docbookxsl/HTMLTitlePage.html
> <rindolf> dcramer_: did you look at
> https://github.com/shlomif/Human-Hacking-Field-Guide/blob/master/HHFG/text/docbook-epub-preproc.xslt ?
> <dcramer_>
> https://github.com/rackerlabs/clouddocs-maven-plugin/blob/master/src/main/resources/cloud/webhelp/titlepage/titlepage.templates.xml
> <dcramer_> See how <revhistory> is commented out in the titlepage spec?
> <dcramer_> What you do is edit the titlepagespec, then generate a new
> titlepage.xsl from it:
> http://www.sagehill.net/docbookxsl/TitlePageNewElems.html <dcramer_> Which you
> then import into your customization layer. <dcramer_> rindolf: Give that a
> shot. If you're still having trouble, try the docbook-apps mailing list.
> <rindolf> dcramer_: OK. <rindolf> dcramer_: isn't there an easier way?
> <dcramer_> Well, that's the right way :-) <rindolf> dcramer_: why doesn't
> <xsl:template match="revhistory" mode="titlepage.mode"/> <rindolf>  work?
> <dcramer_> I'd have to dig in to see what template is generated by the
> titlepage mechanism. But on the list Bob could answer that off the top of his
> head I bet. <dcramer_> The template spec stuff isn't really that hard.
> <dcramer_> 1. Edit the titlepage.xml provided with the dist to remove
> <revhistory> <dcramer_> 2. Generate titlepage.xsl by just running a provided
> xslt over the edited spec. <dcramer_> 3. Import result into your customization
> layer. <dcramer_> Easier in a way.

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