File docbook-css-stylesheets.spec of Package docbook-css-stylesheets

# spec file for package docbook-css-stylesheets
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Name:           docbook-css-stylesheets
BuildArch:      noarch
Summary:        DocBook CSS Stylesheets
License:        MIT
Group:          Productivity/Publishing/DocBook
Version:        0.4
Release:        0
BuildRoot:      %{_tmppath}/%{name}-%{version}-build

These cascading stylesheets allow you to view a DocBook XML document in
software that supports XML styled with CSS2, for example, a recent
Mozilla or Firefox browser. For more complex modifications of your XML
document use the DocBook XSL stylesheets.

%define INSTALL install -m755 -s
%define INSTALL_DIR install -d -m755
%define INSTALL_DATA install -m644
%define INSTALL_SCRIPT install -m755 -o root -g root
%define xml_dir %{_datadir}/xml
%define xml_mod_dir %{xml_dir}/docbook
%define xml_mod_dtd_dir %{xml_mod_dir}/dtd
%define xml_mod_custom_dir %{xml_mod_dir}/custom
%define xml_mod_style_dir %{xml_mod_dir}/stylesheet
%define xml_mod_style_prod_dir %{xml_mod_style_dir}/css

%setup -q -n docbook-css-%{version}


%{INSTALL_DIR} $RPM_BUILD_ROOT%{xml_mod_style_prod_dir}/%{version}
cp -a [[:lower:]]* $RPM_BUILD_ROOT%{xml_mod_style_prod_dir}/%{version}
pushd $RPM_BUILD_ROOT%{xml_mod_style_prod_dir}
ln -sf %{version} current

%defattr(-, root, root)
%dir %{xml_mod_style_dir}
%dir %{xml_mod_style_prod_dir}

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