Subject: Re: [Boost-docs] [quickbook][boostbook] CSS & image files
From: Paul A. Bristow (pbristow_at_[hidden])
Date: 2010-07-09 16:59:27
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> Subject: Re: [Boost-docs] [quickbook][boostbook] CSS & image files
> When I've needed an absolute path, I've always used the path-constant rule,
> for example in the Boost.Math docs we use:
> path-constant images_location : html ;
OK I've tried this, and echoing it says
> > Most important I want to reference these as [$my_image.jpg] in
> > Quickbook, - just like that with no \src prefix.
> > Is Quickbook [$ my_image.svg] syntax 'hardwired' to expecting images in
> > doc/html/ ?
> > Or can I point it somewhere else using the jamfile?
> > Or does this control it, perhaps with
> > <xsl:param>img.src.path=..\src\images
> That should get it yes.
So in my jamfile I have (to get the location of my images for both html and pdf)
In my Quickbook I have
but I don't get the image displayed and the image info (split to avoid word wrap) is
There seems to be a (to me) unexpected (and unwanted) ../ before my_image.png
(and of course the confusing %C is caused by nasty Windows backslashing :-( )
So it doesn't display the image even if my_image.png is at /doc/html and/or /doc/ :-(
Is this a valid file specification? Windows explorer says "The file name is not valid."
So what am I doing wrong? Or is the Quickbook call causing this?
PS (In the math toolkit you used a template and wrote out the
[template graph[name] '''<inlinemediaobject>
<imagedata align="center" fileref="../graphs/'''[name]'''.png"></imagedata>
<imagedata align="center" fileref="../graphs/'''[name]'''.svg"></imagedata>
which is neat, but not necessarily what the casual users wants).
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