Alvaro Herrera a ecrit le 22/12/2006 17:54:
> Guillaume Lelarge wrote:
>> The last PDF available on the website has some bad issues. Just take a
>> look at table 8-13 (page 805), table 8-18 (page 113). One more time, I
>> don't say you can't fix this in SGML (and I think we already talk of
>> this some time ago). But *I* won't do it. And I think some people are
>> willing to work on this but they also want to have XML documentation.
> I checked the PDF available on
> and it does have the issues Guillaume mentions: table 8-13 (on page 105)
> is certainly mangled (columns too wide), and table 8-18 is mangled too
> (a row's content is too wide for the columns, so the text on one column
> overlaps the text on the next). This problem can also be seen on other
> tables, for example 9-5 and 9-6.
There's a way to fix this : adding colspec's tags for each column which
need a specific col width.
For example :
<colspec colnum="1" colwidth="1.3*"/>
> I printed one page and it looks just as silly, so it's not just a
> display problem.
> Also, the US version is lacking the index -- I suppose it was built
> without the complete index.sgml file.
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