Subject: [Boost-docs] Improving Boostbook's Output
From: John Maddock (john_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-12-04 15:47:07
Currently the Boostbook XSL stylesheets generate a lot of verbose output
when run: to put this in perspective a complete build of the docs under
boost-root/doc/ generates 3.1 Mb of messages, quite a large proportion of
which are from Boostbook. Consequently at present it's impossible to figure
out what represents a real issue, and what's just "chaff".
So I'm proposing changing the Boostbook stylesheets as follows:
* Add a new xsl:param "boostbook.verbose" which defaults to 0.
* For each occurrence of xsl:message in the style sheets, we will either:
* Terminate with an error if the message looks like it's a possible
* Otherwise emit a warning *only* if boostbook.verbose=1
I'm prepared to invest some time to make this work, but any comments or
possible issues anyone foresees from this change?
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