Shlomi Fish committed 4f1e013

Finally got the DocBook/XSLT to work.

We now propagate the DocBook/5 role="..." attribute to XHTML classes.

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 BAD_ELEMENTS_DB5 = lib/tutorials/bad-elements/bad-elements.docbook5.xml
 BAD_ELEMENTS_SOURCE_XML = src/tutorials/bad-elements/perl-elements-to-avoid.xml-grammar-vered.xml
 BAD_ELEMENTS_XSLT = src/tutorials/bad-elements/vered-xml-to-docbook.xslt
-BAD_ELEMENTS_XHTML = lib/tutorials/bad-elements/bad-elements.xhtml/index.html
+BAD_ELEMENTS_XHTML_DIR = lib/tutorials/bad-elements/bad-elements.xhtml
 bad_elements_html: $(BAD_ELEMENTS_XHTML)
 # -x lib/sgml/shlomif-docbook/xsl-5-stylesheets/shlomif-essays-5-xhtml-onechunk.xsl
 # --basepath $(HOME)/Download/unpack/file/docbook/docbook-xsl-ns-snapshot
-	docmake -x lib/sgml/shlomif-docbook/xsl-5-stylesheets/shlomif-essays-5-xhtml-onechunk.xsl -o $@ xhtml-1_1 $<
+	docmake --basepath $(HOME)/Download/unpack/file/docbook/docbook-xsl-ns-snapshot -x lib/sgml/shlomif-docbook/xsl-5-stylesheets/shlomif-essays-5-xhtml-onechunk.xsl -o $(BAD_ELEMENTS_XHTML_DIR) xhtml-1_1 $<


+<!-- Apply the roles into classes -->
+<xsl:template match="*[@role]" mode="class.value">
+    <xsl:param name="class" select="meaningless"/>
+    <xsl:value-of select="@role"/>
+For debugging:
+<xsl:template match="*" mode="class.value">
+    <xsl:param name="class" select="local-name(.)"/>
+    <xsl:text>I am now crazy, I just think I ARE</xsl:text>
+For debugg


 <xsl:template name="generate.html.title">
-<!-- Apply the roles -->
-<xsl:template match="*[@role]" mode="class.value">
-    <xsl:value-of select="@role"/>
+WARNING: this page is not used by
+so it should not be modified - instead see:
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