From: "Éric Bischoff" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Re: docbook 2 html with images
Date: Sat, 04 Feb 2006 15:05:00 -0000 [thread overview]
Message-ID: <email@example.com> (raw)
Le Samedi 4 Février 2006 14:44, JT Moree a écrit :
> > OK. How do you do the difference between an <img src=""> that comes from
> > the local files and an <img src=""> that comes from some other external
> > source ?
> see next message i sent. src with http:// or ftp:// etc are external
> and would not be acted upon.
> > And why should the images be precisely in the same directory as the
> > docbook source ?
> Where else would they be?
For example, at my place, they are in images/ ...
> if they are being referred to in the docbook
> files and they are not external?
In fact, they could be anywhere.
You would at least need to pass a parameter like --images-dir to your script.
That could default to ".".
> Can makefiles call external programs. Worst case could be that the
> utility is called manually by the user or by the docbook2html wrapper.
I see it best in docbook2html wrapper.
Heya, anybody listening us ? Any maintainer here ? ;-)
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next prev parent reply other threads:[~2006-02-04 15:05 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
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 [this message]
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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