There are some small but annoying buglets in the DocBook stylesheets
for the PostgreSQL manuals. I'm not a DocBook wizard and neither,
AFAIK, is Peter Eisentraut. Before I go out to the DocBook list and
ask for help, I thought I'd ask on this list. Is anyone here willing
and able to jump into a stylesheet and make a couple of small (albeit
non-trivial, according to Peter) fixes? Let us know...
P.S. Here is a rundown of the problem area, for the curious:
> Problem 1:
> The TOC in the PostgreSQL 7.2 Programmer's Guide lists:
> I. Client Interfaces ........................................1
> 1. libpq - C library ...................................1
> Looking at the document itself, however, I note that these are on
> two separate pages. The first of these pages has NO page number;
> the second is numbered "1", as indicated in the TOC.
> Problem 2:
> The default mode prints out pages which are optimized for single-
> sided printing. When I tried using the "two-side" option, I ran
> into some breakage. This should be re-examined _after_ Problem 1
> has been resolved, to reduce the number of entities being changed.
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