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Re: Cascading Makebooks

From: Yan FITTERER <y.fitterer@RAM.AC.UK>
Date: Thu, 17 Feb 2000 16:15:39 -0000
To: www-amaya@w3.org
Message-Id: <E12LTWd-0005Nt-00@central.ulcc.ac.uk>
This has been fixed in the CSV code base. I reported this a while ago. Check:
http://www.w3.org/Amaya/User/Changelog.html
Bye
Yan

> Hi all,
> 
> I intensively use the Makebook functionnality in Amaya and I cascade
> references to subdocuments. I explain: document A contains a relative link
> with REL="subdocument" to another document B. Document B contains a
> relative link with REL="subdocument" to document C. Document C contains
> links with no REL but with HREF pointing to relative documents.
> When doing Makebook on document A, multiple makebooks are made
> automatically in cascade (A enclose B which enclose C). That great and very
> powerful. BUT it works only if all documents are in the same directory.
> Otherwise there is a problem in the re-calcultation of HREF during the
> Makebook process and it aborts immediatly.
> 
> Example :
> - doc A in a different directory : 
> 	http://dirdri.inria.fr/Private/Ipole2/Amaya/public/A.html
> - doc A in the same directory: A.html - B.html - C.html - D.html 
> 	http://dirdri.inria.fr/Private/Ipole2/Amaya/public/rel/A.html
> 
> Amaya 2.4 on NT4
> 
> Thanks for your help.
> Catherine.
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