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From "Bill Rich" <billr...@attglobal.net>
Subject RE: ant2html with support for macrodef? (was... RE: Article: Use Jython to Write Ant Tasks)
Date Mon, 26 Apr 2004 00:59:37 GMT
Hi Jake,  Sorry about the copyright.  No it does not make sense to have it on this file.
This is what happens when you get in a hurry and just copy without reading what you copy.
All I wanted on there was that I modified the file and to give credit to the original.

I went to the IBM site to get another copy of the file to see what the real differences
were and I found a completely different file there this time.  Now I am puzzled as to
where I got the original file I modified.

I have Mozilla 1.6 on one of my machines and I tried it and got the same result you
reported.  It must be IE specific scripting in the file that causes this to happen.  I
would be very happy to get the file so it works on both IE and Mozilla.

wrt the nbsp problem you mentioned, I did not get that in the original file I downloaded
but this time I do get it in both Mozilla and IE.  To get around it I just replaced all
the '&amp;nbsp;' with ' ' in the file.  It only seems to affect the navigation frames
anyway.

Thanks.  Bill

Bill Rich
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-----Original Message-----
From: Jacob Kjome [mailto:hoju@visi.com]
Sent: Sunday, April 25, 2004 4:35 PM
To: Ant Users List
Subject: RE: ant2html with support for macrodef? (was... RE: Article:
Use Jython to Write Ant Tasks)


At 10:56 AM 4/25/2004 -0500, you wrote:
>At 03:09 PM 4/24/2004 -0700, you wrote:
>>Attached is my version of ant2html.  It is based on
>>http://www-106.ibm.com/developerworks/xml/library/x-antxsl/, which, like
>>you, I found to
>>do the basic work nicely but ...  I renamed it so it will not conflict
>>with the original.
>>You will need to reference wfrant2html.xsl to use it.  I added the
>>support for macrodef
>>but not scriptdef.  I also fiddled with the formatting a little but it is
>>not up to what I
>>would really like.  When I have some time I will try to do more with the
>>formatting.  I
>>will try to add scriptdef support this weekend and make it available to
>>you as soon as it
>>is ready.
>>
>>Thanks.  Bill
>
>Hi Bill,
>
>Thanks for providing file.  However, I tried it out under Mozilla (recent
>nightly version) and all I get is a frameset with no content.  Mozilla
>successfully renders the original file other than the issue I brought up
>previously with the literal rendering of "&nbsp;".  What did you use to
>test your modifications?  IE, the Ant <style> task?  I'm not sure whether
>this is an issue with a bug in Mozilla's XSLT engine or something in the
>XSLT itself.  If you could try it in Mozilla, that would be great.

Shortly after I sent this, I realized that there is scripting which is IE
specific.  I think I will try to convert this to work for both IE and
Mozilla and post the result back to the list.  BTW, I noticed you added a
copyright to the file.  Does that make sense when the original code was
written by someone else and you just added to it?  I'm no expert on
copyright law so let me know my question is a silly one.

Jake


>>-----Original Message-----
>>From: Jacob Kjome [mailto:hoju@visi.com]
>>Sent: Saturday, April 24, 2004 1:55 PM
>>To: Ant Users List
>>Subject: ant2html with support for macrodef? (was... RE: Article: Use
>>Jython to Write Ant Tasks)
>>
>>
>>At 09:55 AM 4/24/2004 -0700, you wrote:
>> >For the documentation I got a copy of ant2html
>> >but found it did not list the macrodefs and left out all comments in the
>> >code.  I added
>> >this to ant2html and it now produces more of what I want for
>> >documentation.  I think there
>> >is more that can be done to add links and other documentation information
>> >to Ant but it
>> >can come later.  The xsl file was fairly easy to modify and I may try some
>> >more
>> >modifications later when I have more time.
>> >
>> >Thanks.  Bill
>>
>>Mind providing your modified ant2html?  I take it you mean the one from
>>here, right..
>>http://www-106.ibm.com/developerworks/xml/library/x-antxsl/
>>
>>
>>I tried that out and I found it to basically work, except that the
>>indentation done using &nbsp; entities ended up showing up literally in the
>>transformed document, so I saw a ton of "&nbsp;" (at least as transformed
>>by Mozilla).  I'm not a super-whiz with XSLT, so I'm not sure how to get
>>rid of them.  If your version accounts for <macrodef>, <scriptdef>, and
>>other things, that would be very useful to me and, I'm sure, others as well.
>>
>>
>>Jake
>>
>>
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