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From scott hutinger <s-hutin...@wiu.edu>
Subject Re: [doc] single-page html?
Date Tue, 12 Apr 2005 16:32:48 GMT
Was this going to be included into the build?  It might have been added, 
and I just didn't notice this.
If it hasn't, it would still be nice to have this both in the build, and 
on the website as download ables; or both (on line/off line).


Jeff Levitt wrote:

>This is great Andrew; if you copy the graphics files
>for the Developer's Guide and Tuning Derby guide into
>their respective directories, will they show up in the
>html file?  Right now the graphics aren't there...
>--- Andrew McIntyre <mcintyre.a@gmail.com> wrote:
>>Hi derby-dev'rs,
>>I recently found an XSL transform for converting FO
>>to a single-page
>>HTML file. This allowed me to convert the FO output
>>that is an
>>intermediate step in the PDF build process to HTML,
>>one file per
>>manual. You can view the results here:
>>I find single-page HTML files very useful for
>>searching and browsing
>>as you can use the browser's built in search
>>commands to find
>>instances of a term in an entire document, and
>>scrolling through the
>>document is considerably faster than with a PDF,
>>even on a very fast
>>If there is interest in this kind of output, I can
>>add it as an option
>>to the doc build.

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