Subject: EPUB3: how to use base.dir ?
Hi, this is a follow-up from my last mail about EPUB2*, however in regards to the EPUB3 stylesheets (version 1.78.1). Maybe I miss something important. Anyway, here is the situation: 1. Using EPUB3 Stylesheets with default values Running xsltproc without any customization nor parameters: $ xsltproc $DB/epub3/chunk.xsl epub_booktest.xml This gives me the following structure in my current directory: +── META-INF | +── container.xml |── mimetype +── OEBPS |── *.html |── package.opf +── toc.ncx 2. Using EPUB3 Stylesheets with base.dir Running xsltproc with parameters base.dir: $ xsltproc --stringparam base.dir "foo/" \ $DB/epub3/chunk.xsl epub_booktest.xml This gives me the following structure in my current directory: +── foo | +── *.html | |── package.opf | +── toc.ncx +── META-INF | └── container.xml +── mimetype Using the stylesheets without any parameter, you get all files in the current directory, which is fine. However, my impresssion was to set the output directory for *all* files with the base.dir parameter. This directory is only concatenated to HTML files, not the other files. Is this a conceptual design descision or is it a bug? How can I collect *all* files in *one* directory? Thanks. :-) --- * Subject: "Conceptual Questions and Customizations Regarding EPUB2 Stylesheets" -- Gruß/Regards, Thomas Schraitle