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Subject: Re: [Boost-users] QuickBook
From: John Maddock (boost.regex_at_[hidden])
Date: 2010-08-15 04:43:48

>>> Also, the onehtml does not want to use the boostbook.css where the
>>> html one uses it fine. Is it trying to include it manually into the
>>> file somehow, and if so, it seems like it is not finding the file
>>> (same directory as the root qbk file, the specified root directory),
>>> where does it need to be or how do I tell it where the file is
>>> located?
>> Look at the html source to see what stylesheet it uses.
> It does not, that is the problem, it has no stylesheet import or
> anything, else I would have done so, but onehtml does not use a
> stylesheet at all in the generated html.

I think what happens here is that our XSL stylesheets for html generation
set a default value for the css stylesheet to use, but the XSL wrapper used
for the "onehtml" target doesn't. You can always set your own stylesheet
for the html to use using an xsl:param of course, but maybe we should fix
the onehtml target to be as similar as possible to the html one - just with
chunking turned off?


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