From: "Éric Bischoff" <email@example.com>
Subject: Re: docbook 2 html with images
Date: Fri, 03 Feb 2006 13:44:00 -0000 [thread overview]
Message-ID: <firstname.lastname@example.org> (raw)
Le Jeudi 2 Février 2006 15:29, JT Moree a écrit :
> I recently tried out docbook2html (which of course is just jw with
> some default options). I and the documentation for blender (which led
> me to this in the first place) used the -o option to output to a
> Alas none of the images were copied into the subdirectory which left me
> with only part of what I needed.
> I wrote a script to copy the images for me but I thought perhaps the
> latest version of the utils might have already dealt with this issue.
> I am on debian sarge for amd64 and the utils version is 0.6.14. jw
> version 1.1.
> Can anyone tell me if this issue has been addressed? Shall I clean up
> my script and post it somewhere for the maintainer of docbook-utils to
> possibly include?
and thanks for your help proposal,
It's an old issue. The difficulty is to guess which images should be copied
where from and where to. I can imagine how you can write a script that works
for you, but not how you can write a script that would work for everyone. If
you have a generic solution of course it is more than welcome.
George W. Bush mentions "liberty" in every speech he does. But today, the USA
exports war, torture, humiliation, secret prisons, arbitrary detention
without any judgement, and telephone tapping. That has very little to do with
next prev parent reply other threads:[~2006-02-03 13:44 UTC|newest]
Thread overview: 12+ messages / expand[flat|nested] mbox.gz Atom feed top
2006-02-02 14:27 JT Moree
2006-02-03 13:44 ` Éric Bischoff [this message]
2006-02-03 18:18 ` JT Moree
2006-02-03 18:29 ` JT Moree
2006-02-03 20:36 ` Éric Bischoff
2006-02-04 13:42 ` JT Moree
2006-02-04 15:05 ` Éric Bischoff
2006-02-04 22:05 ` JT Moree
2006-02-05 8:47 ` Éric Bischoff
2006-02-06 1:50 ` JT Moree
2006-02-06 6:31 ` Éric Bischoff
2006-02-03 20:39 ` Éric Bischoff
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