The changes provided by docbook-xsl-pagesetup.patch (which is integrated in this
rpm) does disagree with the documentation (doc/fo/header.column.widths.html) of
In the documentation header.column.width is specified to accept relative values,
but the patch modifies the stylesheet to treat them as procentual values.
Without applying the patch, everything work correct.
If you define relative values i.e. <xsl:param name="header.column.widths">1 1
1</xsl:param> like in the documentation, you get three colums, each 1% when
using the Fedora package - but the behaviour as described in the documentation
and which you get without the patch is to get three colums of 33,3...% (1:1:1).
Patch is related to Bug 176766. Maybe this patch is needed by passivetex, but it
does not take effect on other products (I'm using Apache's FOP for example and
it takes effect there).
Thanks for report. I will change the patch to be active only in the case that
passivetex.extensions from param.xsl is set to 1 - as it should be for
passivetex processing of documentation. This should correct the behaviour.
Built in rawhide as docbook-style-xsl-1.73.2-6.fc9 . Could you please check if
it solved your troubles before the port to lower Fedora releases?
Tested the package with Fedora 6, it DOES solve my troubles. Thanks. With the
"old" patch the headers looked like:
|I'm 1 |
instead of (with the new or without any patch):
|I'm a header 1 |
when defined correctly
docbook-style-xsl-1.73.2-3.fc8 has been pushed to the Fedora 8 stable repository. If problems still persist, please make note of it in this bug report.
Built as docbook-style-xsl-1.73.2-2.fc7 , will not build update for FC-6, low
priority and EOL, closing NEXTRELEASE.
docbook-style-xsl-1.73.2-2.fc7 has been pushed to the Fedora 7 testing repository. If problems still persist, please make note of it in this bug report.
If you want to test the update, you can install it with
su -c 'yum --enablerepo=updates-testing update docbook-style-xsl'