Docbook declaration problem - half solved
tppytel at earthlink.net
Tue Jan 14 00:01:12 PST 2003
OK, got it. I was following the Docbook/Openjade HOWTO and doing
openjade -t sgml -d /path/to/stylesheet foo.sgml
Which doesn't work unless I explicitly state the declaration, like
openjade -t sgml -d /path/to/stylesheet /path/to/docbook/declaration
Presumably, the newer way of setting up the toolchain in the hint and
BLFS changes something about how declarations are found, compared to the
older method in the HOWTO. Is there some way to handle this gracefully
with a catalog hack, or is this just the price of the new catalog
On Thu, 9 Jan 2003 22:01:35 -0600
Todd Pytel <tppytel at earthlink.net> wrote:
> I haven't been this bewildered since... since, well, the last time I
> installed DocBook about 8 months ago. I first tried setting things up
> according to Tushar's hint, and that wasn't quite working, so I tried
> the (slightly different) BLFS CVS version. Still the same problem -
> trying to generate html directly with openjade by doing
> openjade -v -t sgml -d
> gives me loads of errors that start with
> "openjade" version "1.3.2"
> "OpenSP" version "1.5"
> literal is missing closing delimiter
> and so on until I hit the 200 error max. Same thing occurs regardless
> of source file, output format, or using the LDP stylesheet. Errors
> also occur in "dbhier.mod" and "docbook.dsl" later on.
> This is a V3.1 SGML Docbook file, and I have sgml-common, opensp,
> openjade, the dtds, and the dsssl package. It looks like something is
> not defined properly, but I don't know enough to see what it is or
> which catalog to even start looking in.
> Any ideas?
> Thanks --
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