[docs] Glossary links

Brian J. Miller brian at endpoint.com
Thu Oct 20 12:39:24 EDT 2005

Davor Ocelic wrote:
> On Wed, 19 Oct 2005 15:31:37 -0600
> "Brian J. Miller" <brian at endpoint.com> wrote:
>>Sorry if this has been covered on this list before, I wasn't sure where
>>to find archives and I am new to the list.
>>Most or all (at least it seems) of the glossary links on sub-level pages
>>appear to be broken. They appear to be relative links but don't have a
>>leading "../".  An obvious example:
>>The link to "ITL" produces a 404.
>>Probably this needs to be a mass change, and I would be incredibly
>>surprised if no one else has noticed, but I thought I would ask...
> You're right, it doesn't work.
> It's not a big problem, however, all those links and all are
> autogenerated so all it takes is a one-for-all change.
> Just FYI, this referencing between documents is handled by the "olink"
> system within DocBook, and its sitemap files (which tell docbook the
> structure and location of files in case they need to be referenced) is
> in the docbook/ directory (olinkdb-c.xml file for chunked ("multi-part")
> output format and olinkdb-nc.xml for all-in-one output).

Excellent. Docbook is on the long list of things to learn. If I get
around to it I will try to provide changes myself in the future.


Brian J. Miller
End Point, Corp.

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