Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 485650
broken tables because of adjustColumnWidths in docbook xsl
Last modified: 2009-02-18 11:35:52 EST
Description of problem:
I was try to help a brother translating SELinux User Guide, and every thing fails.
I tried to trace the reason and after several tests, I blame docbook-style-xsl
I tried xsltproc manually using fedora's xsl (and I also tried 1.73 from F8) and an upstream snapshot of xsl, only F10 and F 11 fails
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
try to generate selinux user guide using publican or using manually with xslt proc
Writing sect-Security-Enhanced_Linux-Targeted_Policy-Unconfined_Processes.html for section(sect-Security-Enhanced_Linux-Targe
No adjustColumnWidths function available.
make: *** [html-ar-AR] Error 10
Thanks for report... So do I understand correctly that it does work correctly with F-8 stylesheets? Function adjustColumnWidths was added to xsl-stylesheets to workaround passivetex issue and the patch is already included in 1.73 ... will try to reproduce your problem, could you please check if it still does occur with new upstream release built in Fedora Rawhide? (docbook-style-xsl-1.74.1-1.fc11)
> So do I understand correctly that it does work correctly with F-8 stylesheets?
yes, version tested was 1.73.1 and yes grep show that it also contains the function but it works there
> could you please check if it still does occur with new upstream release built in Fedora Rawhide?
yes, it works fine in docbook-style-xsl-1.74.1-1.fc11
I'll recommend pushing similar update to F10 and F9
if that is not harmful
Great... so closing that bugzilla RAWHIDE. Thanks for feedback . Will consider if I'll update to 1.74.1 or fix the adjustColumnWidths patch in released Fedora's later (perhaps next week)...