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Subject: Re: DOCBOOK: DocBook XML formatting
On Thu, Dec 16, 1999 at 09:05:06PM -0500, Amos Latteier wrote: > I've been using Norm's XSLT stylesheets which work well, however it is > difficult for me to understand how to customize their output. They seem even :-) less documented than the DSSSL ones, which I use for XML. > I've decided to try out the DocBook DSSSL style sheets and am having > some trouble. I've got jade installed and I'm trying to figure out how > to create a catalog file for the DocBook XML DTD. Here is what I see in my catalog (automatically created when I install the Debian docbook-xml package): -- START SGML CATALOG ENTRY FOR PACKAGE docbook-xml -- -- DocBook XML 3.1.3 DTD -- PUBLIC "-//Norman Walsh//DTD DocBk XML V3.1.3//EN" dtd/docbook-xml/docbookx.dtd PUBLIC "-//Norman Walsh//ENTITIES DocBk XML Notations V3.1.3//EN" dtd/docbook-xml/dbnotnx.mod PUBLIC "-//Norman Walsh//ENTITIES DocBk XML Character Entities V3.1.3//EN" dtd/docbook-xml/dbcentx.mod PUBLIC "-//Norman Walsh//ELEMENTS DocBk XML Information Pool V3.1.3//EN" dtd/docbook-xml/dbpoolx.mod PUBLIC "-//Norman Walsh//ELEMENTS DocBk XML Document Hierarchy V3.1.3//EN" dtd/docbook-xml/dbhierx.mod PUBLIC "-//Norman Walsh//ENTITIES DocBk XML Additional General Entities V3.1.3//EN" dtd/docbook-xml/dbgenent.ent -- Simplified DocBook XML DTD -- PUBLIC "-//Norman Walsh//DTD Simplified DocBk XML V22.214.171.124//EN" dtd/docbook-xml/sdocbook.dtd ... -- END SGML CATALOG ENTRY FOR PACKAGE docbook-xml -- > Does anyone know what the catalog file for the DocBook XML DTD should > look like? Is there any documentation or examples of using XML with the > DSSSL style sheets besides the placeholder in the DSSSL documentation? It depends on your operating system, since there is no standard SGML environment and, for most systems, you have to do a <emphasis>lot</emphasis> of work by yourself. For Debian, see http://www.debian.org/~bortz/SGML-HOWTO/ which covers in detail (I believe) the subject of DocBook/XML.
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