RE: (dsssl) Openjade, Docbook and Linux

Subject: RE: (dsssl) Openjade, Docbook and Linux
From: DPawson@xxxxxxxxxxx
Date: Tue, 28 May 2002 13:58:40 +0100
Jany wrote:
> I suppose that OJ tries to use a set of  files and directories, using
> the variables SGML_*. If the directories do not exist, you do not
> suspect the problem, but if you install the packages, then, you need
> to set some variables. I suppose the OJ doc is the place to look at

>From memory, jade followed emacs+psgml conventions for environmental

Since so many applications require variants of similar things,
I tend to keep them defined in the calling scripts.

That way at least you know what is happening locally.

Regards DaveP


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