Subject: Re: [Boost-docs] function.xml vs boostbook.dtd
From: Adder (adder.thief_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-07-22 15:05:49
Sunday, July 20, 2008, 10:07:34 PM, Daniel James wrote:
DJ> 2008/7/19 Adder <adder.thief_at_[hidden]>:
>> It seems that the attribute xmlns:xi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XInclude"
>> on the "library" element is not supported by boostbook.dtd.
>> All the files that use <xi:include href="..."> generate errors when
>> processed with xsltproc ("Using libxml 20632, libxslt 10123 and
>> libexslt 813").
DJ> It seems that most boostbook documents aren't valid according the the
DJ> dtd, which isn't a good situation but doesn't generally cause
DJ> problems. Xsltproc normally only requires well formed documents.
After un-commenting lines 27-36 of boostbook.dtd, xsltproc
successfully processes files that contain xi:include !
We still get the error:
function.xml:6: namespace error : Namespace prefix xmlns for xi on library is not defined
but xsltproc can proceed, despite this message. Could it be that the
element "library" does not support the "xmlns:xi" attribute ?
>> The MSXML parser signals the same error (function.xml, line 6).
>> I would like to ask someone who is more experienced with BoostBook to
>> take 5 minutes of his/her time and test the instructions posted here
>> on Windows (only up to building function.xml, even without downloading
>> local copies of the DTD/XSD files.
>> They don't seem to work... unless skipping validation against the
>> boostbook.dtd file (e.g. by erasing the file).
DJ> I'm afraid I'm not much help, as I don't use windows. You might find
DJ> the quickbook installation instructions helpful:
Thank you. I had already came upon it.
DJ> You mentioned in your earlier email that you tried the metacomm
Sorry for having "spammed" the list a little bit. :(
DJ> xsltproc and then the Igor Zlatkovic's version. According to the
DJ> archives, the metacomm one doesn't work (I'll look into removing the
DJ> link) and it could be that when using the Zlatkovic xsltproc you were
DJ> still using one of the dlls from metacomm. If you haven't already, you
DJ> could try deleting all the files from metacomm, and installing the
DJ> packages from Zlatkovic that are mentioned in the quickbook
DJ> documentation (iconv, zlib, libxml2 and libxslt).
I have unpacked the two xsltproc versions in separate folders; none of
them is in the PATH. I have xsltproc.bat in the path, redirecting to
the xsltproc.exe of my choice, which loads the .dll's from its own
DJ> Also, you mentioned changing the boostbook setup in user-config.jam.
DJ> It's possible that when you did this 'catalog.xml' wasn't updated. If
DJ> you run 'bjam -a' is should force that, or you could delete it (it's
DJ> in 'bin.v2'). I think that was fixed in the build system, but I'm not
DJ> sure so that might cause a problem.
I had also verified that boostbook_catalog.xml is generated correctly,
with references to the paths of my local copies of DocBook-related files.
DJ> Sorry if you've tried these things. A few people do use boostbook on
DJ> windows, but I guess they're not reading this list at the moment. Or
DJ> maybe they use cygwin.
DJ> If you're still stuck, you could try runnig 'bjam -na' to see exactly
DJ> what commands are run. If there is a configuration problem, it might
DJ> show up in the output.
Thank you for all your help !
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