[xep-support] xinclude and command line
werner.donne at re.be
Mon Jan 16 13:59:00 PST 2006
Probably oXygen processes the XInclude elements for you when
you open the document. In general you can use entity references
in your document and declare the entities in an internal
subset of a document type declaration. For example:
<!ENTITY chapter1 SYSTEM "chapter1.ent">
Jacques Foucry wrote:
> I trying to make a Makefile to generate my PDF. I use Mac OSX.
> First, I'd tried with the command line :
> /Applications/XEP/xep -xml /Users/jacques/Documents/WorkSpace/Tiger-
> Admin/book.xml -xsl /Users/jacques/Documents/WorkSpace/Tiger-Admin/
> custom.xsl -pdf /tmp/book.pdf
> But it don't works.
> My book.xml content a lot of <xi:include> statement and I suppose that
> is the problem.
> If I try the same command line with a "standalone" source file the PDF
> is correct.
> Using XEP with oXygenXML and the same book.xml file work perfectly.
> What is the correct syntax to use my book.xml file ?
> Thanks in advance,
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