Subject: Re: [Boost-docs] [boostbook] <xsl:param>boost.root meaning
From: Edward Diener (eldiener_at_[hidden])
Date: 2010-10-02 16:13:46
On 10/2/2010 11:50 AM, John Maddock wrote:
>> What is the meaning of the <xsl:param>boost.root parameter ? In one
>> jamfile in which I am looking it appears to point to a directory just
>> above the Boost directory, so I am confused what it means ?
> It'll be the path to the root directory of Boost (allows commen files
> and links to be found). Note that if it's a relative path then it's from
> the root directory of the html docs to boost-root, and since those are
> usually in a sub-directory called "html" there may well be an extra ".."
> in the boost.root path.
That explains the extra ... for relative paths. Naturally I thought
originally it was from where the jamfile is.
>> In general is there any documentation for the BoostBook xsl parameters
>> anywhere ?
> Just the xsl files I'm afraid as far as I know :-(
Meaning the xsl files in tools/boostbook/xsl and subdirectories ? I see
many xsl:param name="somename..." and I do understand xsl, but that does
nothing to tell me what any given param actually. None of this has ever
been documented ? If true, how does one figure out what they are and
what they mean ? Just guess, and look at other people's jamfiles ?
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