Docbook

Gerard Beekmans gerard at linuxfromscratch.org
Wed Sep 13 09:13:01 PDT 2000


> Seems to work, but got:
>
> openjade:/usr/share/dsssl-docbook-1.54/docbook/html/../common/dbl1ja.dsl:36
>9
>
> :26:E: unknown character name "U-524D\U-306E\U-30DA\U-30FC\U-30B8"
>
> openjade:/usr/share/dsssl-docbook-1.54/docbook/html/../common/dbl1ja.dsl:37
>8
>
> :26:E: unknown character name "U-6B21\U-306E\U-30DA\U-30FC\U-30B8"
>
> Does it mean anything?

yes it does. The 'regular' jade doens't choke on it. Seems to be an openjade 
problem, although it does not affect the generated html/other pages at all. 
You can get fid of this warning:

Edit the docbook/common/dbl1ja.ent (not the .dsl) file and find this line:
<!ENTITY nav-prev       "\U-524D\U-306E\U-30DA\U-30FC\U-30B8">
Change it into:
<!ENTITY nav-prev       "Previous-hacked">

Now find (three lines lower):
<!ENTITY nav-next       "\U-6B21\U-306E\U-30DA\U-30FC\U-30B8">
Change it into:
<!ENTITY nav-next       "Next-hacked">

I called them Previous-hacked and Next-hacked so that if I ever see them 
appearing in a file I know where it came from. But as of yet I still have to 
see that instance. The tags in the book on the bottom show "Next" and "Prev" 
and not previous-hacked or next-hacked, so the nav-next and prev-next aren't 
for the navigation at the bottom which would been logical.

Anyways, changing it to a plain text strings fixes it. Change to whatever you 
deem suitable.

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Gerard Beekmans
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