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From Pierpaolo Fumagalli <p...@apache.org>
Subject Re: Problem StyleBook and Linux solved?????
Date Tue, 04 Jan 2000 15:06:57 GMT
Gerard van Enk wrote:
> 
> Hello,
> 
> I think I discovered what caused the problem with stylebook on a Linux box.
> The problem was that it didn't work 8-( . When I tried the examples in de
> doc-directory I got the following errormessage:
> 
> <skip/>
> [XalanProcessor] Applying XSL sheet
> "sbk:/style/stylesheets/book2project.xsl"
> org.apache.stylebook.CreationException: sbk:/style/resources/
> (/home/gerard/xml/xml-stylebook/home/gerard/xml/xml-stylebook/styles/apachex
> ml/resources)
> is not a Directory
> <skip/>
> 
> The problem is caused by this part of the Directory producer
> (DirectoryProducer.java):
> 
> if (source.getProtocol().equals("file")) {
>     // Trim the file name and open the directory
>     String src=source.getFile();
>     for(int x=0;x<src.length();x++) if (src.charAt(x)!='/') {
>         src=src.substring(x);
>         break;
>     }
> 
> On a linuxbox 'src' becomes something like:
> '/home/apache/xml/xml-stylebook/styles/apachexml/resources/' after the
> 'String src=source.getFile()'-statement. If you trim the file name it
> becomes a relative path (because the '/' is removed) and you get the
> errormessage when it tries to open this directory.
> 
> On a winbox src becomes somtheing like:
> '/D:/apache/xml/xml-stylebook/styles/apachexml/resources/' after the 'String
> src=source.getFile()'-statement. If you trim the filename everything works
> just fine.
> 
> I removed the following lines from directory-producer:
> 
>     for(int x=0;x<src.length();x++) if (src.charAt(x)!='/') {
>         src=src.substring(x);
>         break;
>     }
> 
> And......everything works, on a linux box, on a Win98 box and on a Winnt
> box. I think 'File file=new File(src).getCanonicalFile();' ignores the '/'
> before d:/ because after this statement file.toString() gives:
> 'D:\apache\xml\xml-stylebook\styles\apachexml\resources' on a Win98 box.
> 
> Is this a right solution or are there new problems introduced by this???
> Maybe someone can test it, Pier???

I'll commit that to CVS, and provide a new binary for testing. 

	Pier



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