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From Clay Leeds <>
Subject Re: Broken linkmap
Date Thu, 04 Nov 2004 04:14:16 GMT
On Nov 3, 2004, at 8:03 PM, David Crossley wrote:
> Clay Leeds wrote:
>> Ross Gardler wrote:
>>> Clay Leeds wrote:
>>>> Clay Leeds wrote:
>>>>> I'll try those steps and see what I can come up with.
>>>> After trying those steps, I was plagued by problems with my install
>>>> of  apache-forrest-0.6/ and then with problems related to the Online
>>>> DTDs  broken[1]. In any case, I have achieved a BUILD SUCCESSFUL for
>>>> my  medata_docs/ project.
>>> That's the good news.
>>> Unfortunately I've been really busy elsewhere for a couple of days 
>>> and
>>> I didn't follow that thread [1] as I got the impression it was a
>>> problem with the restructuring rather than with the plugin. Do I need
>>> to go back and read that thread - in other words did plugins have
>>> anything to do with the problem?
>>> Ross
>> Yes.
> Hold on. Your issue with "linkmap-linkmap.html" was
> happening prior to the recent hiccup with the skinconf DTD
> (which is fixed now). So i do not think that they are related.

Whatever it is, I'm not getting that error any more when I do a 
/forrest/ run with medata_docs/. I've got other problems with xml-fop/ 
but they don't appear to be related to linkmap...

>> There are some important notes regarding Forrest Documentation
>> that were directed at the dev@f.a.o team. Unfortunately, I've found
>> that 'thread' links on don't work correctly
>> (it gives a proper list of thread messages, but the links aren't
>> correct). Here's my most recent POST:
> Better to use until Apache
> fix that Eyebrowse threading. BTW i have long ago asked
> MARC to add user@f.a.o list. They have hardware troubles
> and told me they would get to it soon.

I see you were following the general@ thread? ;-) Sometimes it can be a 
chore to explain what seems so simple. I think I've gotten through, 
although it is probably a moot point.

> -- 
> David Crossley

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