Patrick Durusau wrote:
> OK, I found it but am getting memory errors. I tried to find the
> settings file you mention in the documentation but no luck yet.
> Running the ProTeXt release from the latest CD.
I think TeX memory errors are out of scope for TEI-L
> 6.5.5: "Cannot process a result tree fragment as a node-set under XSLT
> 1.0 Transformation failed: Run-time errors were reported"
> This occurs at line 51 of /tei-xsl-5.2.9/p4/fo/linking.xsl.
we fixed this the other day?
> If you look at test/exercise.xml, you use a graphic and the <figure>
> element reads (in part):
> <figure file="fezziPic"> (the default extension is .png so that works
> for this image)
I changed this to entity="fezziPic" in the copy now heading to the web
defined the entity, and tested that it still works.
> Note my specifying the .gif extension on the file name overrides the
> default setting in xmltex.
> Sigh, but the image still doesn't appear in the rendered output.
pdfTeX has no support for GIF images. It does groks JPEG, PNG and PDF.
GIF is, after all,
proprietary and heavily discouraged.
In general, by the way, I _strongly_ advise use of a fully-conformant FO
if you are getting into XSL-FO. PassiveTeX is for existing serious TeX users
who have an investment in its setup and can work around the limits; for
folks XEP or Antenna House is a far better bet.
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