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From Jeff Turner <>
Subject Re: libre- where to start?/Thanks
Date Wed, 11 Jun 2003 22:33:44 GMT
Garrett Steed wrote:
> Thank you very much!  
> I ended up writing my own yesterday but, it was great to see your much
> more professional version. :)  This will help with a few tweaks I needed
> to make.  Not to mention that I was not exactly sure where to place the
> code and if I was doing it correctly.  
> I noticed that you recommended placing the code in 'navigation.xml'.
> Would it be incorrect to place your code in the sitemap.xmap?  I had
> done that, it worked, but I would like to have my forrest project as
> close to the "correct" version as possible for ease of training and
> explaining.  Should I have placed it in the
> src/documentation/navigation.xml file?

It would work in the main sitemap, but if it is a 'book' matcher 
(follows the pattern '**book-*'), then it ought to go in navigation.xmap 
(.xmap extension, not .xml) with the other book matchers.


> Once again thanks for all your help
> Regards
> Garrett
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Jeff Turner [] 
> Sent: Wednesday, June 11, 2003 5:52 AM
> To:
> Subject: Re: libre- where to start?
> On Tue, Jun 10, 2003 at 01:31:12PM -0500, Garrett Steed wrote:
>>Jeff Turner and forrest-dev list-
>>Thank you so much for your help.
>>I know this group moves really fast and this was a post from a long 
>>time ago, but if you wouldn't mind continuing with this.  I have 
>>Forrest set up on my computer and everything is working correctly I 
>>would like to test to make sure that the pattern match is working 
>>correctly would you be willing to send the source for 
>>directory2book.xsl.  I want to make my own but it would be nice to 
>>know if my system was working correctly.
> I have added it to Forrest, since it seems frequently useful.  It is in
> src/resources/stylesheets/directory2book.xsl
> tylesheets/directory2book.xsl?rev=1.1&content-type=text/plain
> --Jeff
>>Thank you very much.

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