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Subject: Re: [docbook] Strange HTML output...

Hi Giuseppe,
That red output indicates that the elements in the DocBook source file are not being recognized by the stylesheet. In this case, it is probably a mismatch in namespace. That can happen when XIncluding DocBook 4 content into a DocBook 5 book. Not sure why it only shows up in HTML and not FO.

Does docbkx give you access to stylesheet error messages? If so, that will tell you more about the mismatch of these elements.

Are you using a stylesheet customization layer? Are you doing chunking of the HTML output?

Bob Stayton
Sagehill Enterprises

----- Original Message ----- From: "Giuseppe Greco" <giuseppe.greco@agamura.com>
To: <docbook@lists.oasis-open.org>
Sent: Thursday, December 01, 2011 3:58 PM
Subject: [docbook] Strange HTML output...


I've completed my porting to docbook 5 and I've also reworked my
building system - I use docbkx, a maven plugin that let me easily
generate HTML and PDF.

PDF output is perfect... while HTML output isn't. Here below is the HTML
output I get:

C# Coding Guidelines
Giuseppe Greco


Copyright © 2012 Agamura, Inc.

All rights reserved. This document is provided as-is and its content may
change without prior notice - you bear the risk of using it. You may
copy and use this document without limitation, but it does not provide
you with any legal right to any intellectual property of Agamura, Inc.

Trademarks.  Agamura and the Agamura logo are trademarks of Agamura,
Inc. All other names are trademarks of their respective owners.

<sect1> <title>Introduction</title> <para> This document describes a set
of coding style guides for developing programs in the C# language.
</para> <para> A style guide is a set of mandatory requirements for
layout and formatting. Uniform style makes it easier for other
developers to grasp the essence of your programs quickly. </para> <para>
A style guide makes you more productive because it <emphasis>reduces
gratuitous choice</emphasis>. If you do not have to make choices about
trivial matters, you can spend your energy on the solution of real
problems. </para> <para> In these guidelines, several constructors are
plainly outlawed...

As you can see, title, legal notice, version are OK... while the rest
(i.e. sect1) isn't. The docbook tags are output as they are in the
source files - more or less, here is the real HTML code:

<span style="color: red">&lt;para&gt;
 This document describes a set of coding style guides for developing
 programs in the C# language.

Does anybody already experienced something similar? Any help would be
reeeally appreciated.

Thanks a lot,

Giuseppe Greco
6949 Comano

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