On Tue, 2004-06-08 at 13:41, Tommy Reynolds wrote:
Uttered Mark Johnson <mjohnson(a)redhat.com>, spake thus:
> I could volunteer as a "Helper" who assists people in getting a working
> docbook authoring setup.
Could you start this by correcting the fedora-docs/example-tutorial?
The current CVS content gives a very poor PDF rendering, with
header/footer rules only half way across the page; and <table></table>
output only spanning half the page. The HTML rendering seems OK enough
for now, but monkeying with the setup trying to get even a
semi-polished looking PDF is driving me nuts.
I'd perfer to see "example-tutorial" contain the actual template that
will be used for Fedora docs. Provide us with the boilerplate and we
then DOCBOOK by example.
I looked at this for a little bit after your email recently; nothing
conclusive enough to write back about. Anyone who is interested in
toolchain work, let's keep working on this.
Are there other problems with the PDF output anyone has noticed? Other
problems building PDFs?
Karsten Wade, RHCE, Tech Writer
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