From: Stefan Seefeld (seefeld_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-03-26 11:12:52
John Maddock wrote:
> Darren Garvey wrote:
>> I've noticed that internal links in the docs I've been building
>> default to the form: ....
>> I'm curious as to
>> why they don't omit 'page_name.html': I can't see the requirement for
>> in the HTML specs (I haven't read XSTL/XML/etc yet) and think most
>> browsers handle links properly when they're of the form: <a
>> Any comments?
I'm not sure either, but I can imagine this to be for situations
where in fact it does matter (because the generated html is chunked, say).
> Do we have any control over that or is it handled by the DocBook XSL
> stylesheets? I suspect the latter?
Yes, and yes. (Read: that's not an exclusive OR.)
The docbook XSL is meant to be customized, so as soon as you know
the template that generates the link you can tune it in a custom
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