Re: [asciidoc-discuss] Blockquote Attribution tags where there are no attributions

2007-01-17 Thread Stuart Rackham
the docbook.conf file for the next release and I've attached the patch below. Thanks, Matthew ___ Asciidoc-discuss mailing list Asciidoc-discuss@metaperl.com http://metaperl.com/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/asciidoc-discuss Cheers, Stuart -- Stuart Rackham

Re: [asciidoc-discuss] How to put timestamp at top of .html output?

2007-01-24 Thread Stuart Rackham
mailing list Asciidoc-discuss@metaperl.com http://metaperl.com/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/asciidoc-discuss Cheers, Stuart -- Stuart Rackham ___ Asciidoc-discuss mailing list Asciidoc-discuss@metaperl.com http://metaperl.com/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo

Re: [asciidoc-discuss] asciidoc format wiki?

2007-01-28 Thread Stuart Rackham
One thing that may be worth mentioning, asciidoc can act as a filter and along with the -s option you can markup a text stream. For example try: echo '*Hello World!*' | asciidoc -s - Not very sophisticated but may be useful as a proof of concept. Cheers, Stuart Dag Wieers wrote: On Sat, 27

Re: [asciidoc-discuss] How to get toc's to show more sublevels?

2007-02-01 Thread Stuart Rackham
Hi Matt Matt England wrote: I'd like to get my table-of-contents (in non-book or article form--I'm not sure of the terminology) to show more sublevels then what it currently does (it only shows 2 levels deep; I want it to show more levels in some of my docs). Is this possible? Does

Re: [asciidoc-discuss] asciidoc titles format

2007-02-03 Thread Stuart Rackham
Dag Wieers wrote: Hi, I always liked the way asciidoc did titles by putting a line under them. Nevertheless the '= title' way of doing it is incompatible with most wiki's syntax. A title in wiki's is usually '= title ='. Would it be possible to allow both, so that asciidoc is compatible

Re: [asciidoc-discuss] asciidoc titles format

2007-02-05 Thread Stuart Rackham
Dag Wieers wrote: On Sun, 4 Feb 2007, Stuart Rackham wrote: Dag Wieers wrote: I always liked the way asciidoc did titles by putting a line under them. Nevertheless the '= title' way of doing it is incompatible with most wiki's syntax. A title in wiki's is usually '= title ='. Would

Re: [asciidoc-discuss] asciidoc-8.2.0.zip contains the 8.1.0 package.

2007-04-05 Thread Stuart Rackham
Miguel Farah wrote: I've just downloaded asciidoc-8.2.0.zip, and it seems to contain the 8.1.0 version. The .tar.gz is different, though. I've downloaded and installed -- it's all OK. Check that you don't have an old copy of AsciiDoc in your path. -- Stuart

Re: [asciidoc-discuss] 8.2.0: table of contents doesn't work.

2007-04-05 Thread Stuart Rackham
Miguel Farah wrote: I downloaded the 8.2.0 version and regenerated my documents; the table of contents isn't working in any of them. Comparing the 8.1.0 source files with the newer 8.2.0, I THINK the problem lies in a modification to javascripts/toc.js: Before, there was a window.onload

Re: [asciidoc-discuss] How to translate Table of Contents

2007-04-05 Thread Stuart Rackham
Oops, ignore my last post, didn't see that this question had already been answered. Miguel Farah wrote: The answer to this is probably pretty obvious, but I'm new to AsciiDoc... I'm working in some documents written in spanish. The -a toc switch generates a table of contents... with the

[asciidoc-discuss] AsciiDoc Emacs syntax highlighter

2007-04-07 Thread Stuart Rackham
Hi All The *Nix Power Tools project (http://xpt.sourceforge.net/) has released an AsciiDoc syntax highlighter for emacs: http://xpt.sourceforge.net/tools/doc-mode/ Thanks to fa.del for sending me this link. Cheers, Stuart ___ Asciidoc-discuss

Re: [asciidoc-discuss] XML+FO produced, but XSL Transform to PDF fails

2007-04-22 Thread Stuart Rackham
- asciidoc is great, and now PDF stuff works we're all set. Regards Patrick Stuart Rackham wrote: Hi Patrick I had a similar problem with the newer FOP 0.20.5 (Ubuntu 6.10, GNU Java 1.4.2) but FOP 0.93 was OK. Interestingly FOP 0.20.5 and 0.93 both work on Ubuntu 7.04

Re: [asciidoc-discuss] passthroughs in titles?

2007-05-24 Thread Stuart Rackham
Can Xue wrote: Maybe a stupid question. How can I let __init__ in titles? You need to escape both underlines i.e. \_\_init__ In paragraphs, $$__init__$$ is ok but it seems cannot use in titles? By default inline passthroughs are not processed in document titles (see the asciidoc.conf

Re: [asciidoc-discuss] Noob Questions

2007-07-26 Thread Stuart Rackham
Hi James James Mansion wrote: This is the document I want to mark up: This is Application and ServerApplication so let's see how we do. I want 'Application' and 'ServerApplication' to be in monospace. So I define the following: [specialwords] monospacedwords=P X Y

Re: [asciidoc-discuss] [PATCH] permalink support

2007-08-30 Thread Stuart Rackham
Thanks very much for the patch, I'll put it into the next release. I installed and regenerated the AsciiDoc User Guide, works well with a couple of easily fixed exceptions: 1. If two or more elements with the same ID already exist outside the generated titles you will get an XHTML validity

Re: [asciidoc-discuss] Issue with CSS in IE but No Issue in Firefox

2007-09-10 Thread Stuart Rackham
mowestusa wrote: I have attached the offending txt file before it is run through Asciidoc 8.1.0 on Fedora 7. I have also attached the resulting html file. Basically, I'm trying to use Asciidoc to create my whole website from text files that I edit, and then generate static pages from. I

Re: [asciidoc-discuss] Issue with CSS in IE but No Issue in Firefox

2007-09-10 Thread Stuart Rackham
, but is there any way to put it in without having it show visibly on the page as a title or section? You could drop the level 0 pass the doctitle attribute on the command-line with e.g. -a doctitle=Foo Bar --- Stuart Rackham [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I use 3 indispensable tools: Firefox plus the Web