Subject: Re: [Boost-build] [function] Trying to build pdf
From: John Maddock (boost.regex_at_[hidden])
Date: 2012-11-06 13:54:17
>> XEP from RenderX will likely give more reliable results, but leaving that
>> aside for the moment...
> I have installed it and it works. I mean it creates a pdf in the
> bin.v2 folder but for some reason bjam doesn't copy it into the doc
> folder. Do you know why?
You need an install rule to copy it to the local folder if that's what you
want, something like:
install pdfinstall : function-doc/<format>pdf : <location>.
<install-type>PDF <name>function.pdf ;
explicit pdfinstall ;
will build and install the PDF.
>> It's not a Boost.Build issue, it's FOP complaining that it can't handle
>> .fo XML that the XSL stylesheets generated. I just tried current SVN
>> and it built for me OK (with XEP), so maybe it's a FOP bug? Or maybe
>> XSL stylesheets are out of date (I'm using docbook-xsl-1.77.1).
> That's what I'm using.
>> Sorry I can't be more helpful, but if this is a bug in the stylesheets
>> quickbook) generating invalid FO, then it's likely to be very hard to
>> down :-(
> No worries I'm just trying to get a pdf documentation generator going.
> But the Boost Build Getting Started section should be revised. It
> seems that Apache FOP might not be an option anymore...
OK, noted on the Wiki,
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