From: Ronald Garcia (garcia_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-02-13 12:19:25
I'm trying to build the boostbook docs. Having looked through the
boostbook.jam file, seems like I should get a warning message if any
DTDs are going to be fetched over the internet. I set the location of
the DTD and XSL files in user-config.jam to values that I *think* are
correct. In any case, It appears that the command "xsl-xsltproc" is
still fetching some data remotely.
A) Should I be receiving a warning about this, or am I misunderstanding
the boostbook jamfile
B) How exactly do I make it stop?
I'm trying to use the docbook-dtd and docbook-xsl information installed
on my machine using a package manager (fink). If I incorrectly specify
these directories, should I expect an error that specifically points
this out, or general "badness" instead?
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