Re: [Scrollkeeper-devel] structure of extracted index page
- From: László Kovács <laszlo kovacs Sun COM>
- To: veillard redhat com
- Cc: Dan Mueth <dan eazel com>, Mary Dwyer <Mary Dwyer Sun COM>, scrollkeeper-devel lists sourceforge net, gnome-doc-list gnome org
- Subject: Re: [Scrollkeeper-devel] structure of extracted index page
- Date: Thu, 26 Apr 2001 12:13:25 +0100
Daniel Veillard wrote:
> On Thu, Apr 26, 2001 at 10:29:42AM +0100, László Kovács wrote:
> > > Laszlo - Does this all sound correct based on your experience? How do you
> > > handle sections without id's in ScrollKeeper's TOC extraction? Do you
> > > ignore those sections or id them in the same way as db2html?
> > Yes, sections with no IDs are ignored during TOC extraction.
> Hum, this should probably be improved ...
> C.f. my other mail for a possible technical solution.
Are you talking about the XPointer email? I dont understand how that
helps us here. Our problem is that if a section does not have a unique
id then Scrollkeeper and gnome-db2html[2|3] can jump there only if they
generate an id to this section which is the same in both Scrollkeeper
and the convertor. I am not sure how could XPointer help us in this
case. I think the examples you gave described how to identify one or
more subparts of the xml doc. But as far as I understand we still need
something to uniquely identify the subpart we are going for to use the
XPointer mechanism and we dont have uniqueness assured. Unless I
misunderstand something badly which is possible as I didnt spend a huge
amount of time with XPointer yet.
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