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This section describes some common options for HTML output. These options can all be specified on the command line and do not require a customization file for the XSL stylesheets. A much larger set of options that include stylesheet customizations is described in Chapter 11, HTML customizations
The DocBook stylesheet
produces a single HTML file from your DocBook XML input file. The
stylesheet itself does not name the file, so you have to supply the
output filename. You can do this with the specific
output option of your XSL processor, or you can simply redirect
the output of the processor to a file.
xsltproc --output myfile.html docbook.xsl myfile.xml or xsltproc docbook.xsl myfile.xsl > myfile.html
If you want the output to appear in another directory, then use a relative or absolute pathname instead of just the filename. For example
xsltproc --output /usr/apache/htdocs/myfile.html docbook.xsl myfile.xml
Several other options for single-file output are described in the section “Single file options with onechunk”.
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