DocBook Stylesheets 2.0.2 released

Volume 14, Issue 34; 01 Oct 2011

The XSLT 2.0 stylesheets for DocBook are improving.

The XSLT 2.0 stylesheets for DocBook are improving. Actually, I think the HTML ones are in pretty good shape. Recently, I've

  • Added support for the “slides” customization. It's now based on the model that there's a single HTML file and presentation is controlled by JavaScript and CSS. (You can still generate multiple files, if you wish.)

  • I've improved support for HTML tables in the XSL FO stylesheets. I updated the tests to include HTML versions of all the relevant tables.

  • I added a $resource.root parameter to identify where ancillary resources (images, CSS, JavaScript, etc.) are stored. They're now on http://docbook.github.com/ by default.

  • I fixed some bugs in table numbering and table footnote numbering. HTML tables with captions don't count as “formal tables” anymore.

  • I fixed some bugs equation title placement.

Get the release from http://docbook.github.com/ or clone the repo.

Feedback is always welcome.

Comments

Hi Norm,
Thanks for this amazing work! :-)
Would it possible to generate the documentation for the stylesheets and save it on in an extra archive or on Sourceforge for easier consumption?

—Posted by Tom on 29 Oct 2011 @ 03:49 UTC #