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[lcdproc] SGML semi-expert sought

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  • From: markk AT (Mark Komarinski)
  • Subject: [lcdproc] SGML semi-expert sought
  • Date: Tue, 19 Sep 2000 22:40:02 -0400

Check out the LDP Author Guide. It might give you a hand.

If you want, send the DocBook to me and I'll check it against
the LDP DSSSL and see how it looks.
The callouts are because the callout images aren't being copied
correctly. They have to be copied by hand into a callouts/
diurectory IIRC. I'll check on my machine at work tomorrow.

LAG Author

"William W. Ferrell" wrote:
> Hey folks,
> Partly 'cause I'm curious if anyone actually *reads* my posts to the
> list anymore (aside from vendors to catch my price quote fuckups :), and
> partly because I could seriously use the help:
> Linux box?
> I've got SGMLtools, and it does a great job rendering HTML and DVI files
> but has a few problems:
> Images are always fucked up and are never handled right. If I create
> callouts, for example, in source code prints, it is supposed to
> produce and copy the little numbers-in-the-circles things to the right
> spot. It doesn't.
> <WARNING>, <NOTE>, and <CAUTION> blocks don't get their images done
> right either.
> DVI:
> <WARNING>, <NOTE>, and <CAUTION> blocks don't get their images done
> right.
> Lists get *INCREDIBLY* screwed up. Imaging I'm putting this very list
> of complaints into a "SimpleList" block, with "HTML" and "DVI" being
> elements to the left, and these long verbose whines on the right. In
> *every* instance, if the length of an item on the right side of the
> simple list exceeds one line, it just runs off the end of the page
> instead of, oh, I dunno, *wrapping* to the next line.
> This is frustrating. I'm writing the protocol up in SGML/DocBook.
> O'Reilly claims to use DocBook for all their books. O'Reilly's books are
> *beautiful* pieces of typesetting. My stuff, on the other hand, looks
> like steaming shit.
> Any ideas? Thanks for the help, gang.
> --
> William W. Ferrell, System Administrator, Global Crossing Ltd.
> 950 17th St Ste 2200, Denver, CO 80202 1.303.223.0564
> Public key available:
> gpg --keyserver --recv-key 7478FC7A
> I think my career is ruined!
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