[dbdoclet] conversion problem

  • From: "Badawy, Mohamed" <Mohamed.Badawy@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <dbdoclet@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 29 May 2007 17:35:29 +0200

Hi all


I tried to work with herold & actually I appreciates it a lot but am
facing a problem now which is my htmls has links to each other & what I
notics is when herold generates the docbook it changes the link to the
samename but with extention .xml & after I edit the docbook with a
WYSIWYG tool & regenerate the links are ruined because it still
pointingto .xml I was wondering if anyone has a solution for this
problem. Or could tell me the complete procedures to solve my task which
is convert a big amount of html files contains links on each other to
docbook & edit the docbook via a WYSIWYG tool & then generate from
docbook to pdf,rtf & html and the internal links be constant at least in
html format.


Thnx all



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