From: Susan Korgen (email@example.com)
Date: Fri Apr 25 2003 - 09:15:27 PDT
Thank you very much for responding.
The user guide (as provided with the trial version) has no information
about Windows launch scripts that I could find. Nor did any of the
readme.txt files and so forth. Thanks for the tip.
Yes, in this degenerate age, a full-time Windows user can be THAT
ignorant of command-line usage ("what's a launch file?") !
I invoked the xep.bat launch file that you suggested for Windows.
I invoked it using the -xml, -xsl, and -format -pdf options, as shown
in the user guide pages 3-4. My sources were the XEP example files.
Everything worked great. Nice job.
I will be trying some of my own XML and XSL files next.
At 12:56 PM 4/25/2003 +0400, you wrote:
>Please try to use standard launch scripts included in distribution
>(xep.bat for Windows, xep.sh for Unix/Linux). They already contain all
>necessary parameters. Please refer to "XEP User Guide" for XEP
>Alexander Peshkov mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org
>SK> I've just installed Java 1.4.1 and the XEP trial. I can't run any of the
>SK> XEP commands.
>SK> For example, this simple test fails: java com.renderx.xep.XSLDriver -help
>SK> This failure takes the form of an unknown command or inability to find
>SK> file or library,
>SK> no matter where my current directory is when I issue the command.
>SK> I'm not experienced with Java or XEP, but I do think the problems I'm
>SK> having would be erased
>SK> if I knew what my system PATH and CLASSPATH values are supposed to be
>SK> My CLASSPATH value has no setting, currently, and my PATH is quite boring.
>SK> Thanks for any advice.
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