James Robertson jwrober at
Fri Feb 27 13:24:18 PST 2004

Kevin P. Fleming wrote:
> Anderson Lizardo wrote:
>> And with XSL and a nice CSS stylesheet, it will be possible to navigate
>> remotely through the logs using a web browser. The possibilities are
>> endless.
> I had never even thought of that, but of course that's true. I was 
> thinking of using a web browser locally, since most of them display raw 
> XML in an adequate fashion... but I could see the benefits of having the 
> nALFS log directory exposed via a web server and being able to remotely 
> view the log files.
> In that situation, would the log files need any sort of header added to 
> them to get the right CSS used or anything like that? As it stands right 
> now they have only the <?xml version="1.0">-type thing at the top, but I 
> could certainly add an nALFS option to allow the user to specify a blob 
> of XML to be put at the beginning of each log file.

That and the path to the DTD file like we do in the book.

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="ISO-8859-1"?>
<!DOCTYPE book PUBLIC "-//OASIS//DTD DocBook XML V4.2//EN"

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