What's happening to my asciidoc?
demelier.david at gmail.com
Fri Sep 6 07:27:01 UTC 2013
2013/9/6 Warren Block <wblock at wonkity.com>:
> On Thu, 5 Sep 2013, Warren Block wrote:
>> On Thu, 5 Sep 2013, David Demelier wrote:
>>> I've been using asciidoc for a while, I've updating it to
>>> asciidoc-8.6.8_1. But now I can't generate any correct documentation.
>>> It does not even add :toc: field.
>>> For instance the following example should generate a HTML with its
>>> popular blue theme :
>>> :Author: David
>>> = Title
>>> Some data
>>> == Title 2
>>> Some data
>>> For me, it produces a very light HTML file with no table of content
>>> and everything is black, I also notice that it does not append any CSS
>>> Does anyone already have this issue?
>> It's working for me, I used it last night.
> Here is the command I use (generated from a Makefile), broken into separate
> asciidoc \
> -a data-uri \
> -a icons \
> -a iconsdir=/usr/local/etc/asciidoc/images/icons \
> -d article \
> -a stylesheet=~/docs/stylesheets/wb-html.css \
> -a toc \
> -a revdate="2013-09-05" \
> -a year="2013" \
> -a max-width=80em \
> That stylesheet is just my changes to the default, which change the link
> visited color from pink to red and add rounded corners to listing blocks.
Did you touch the asciidoc configuration ? For me it seems to work
*only* if I use html5 backend, otherwise it produces this:
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