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[bug #35395] bad picture path with --html and --without --no-split

From: Karl Berry
Subject: [bug #35395] bad picture path with --html and --without --no-split
Date: Sun, 29 Jan 2012 23:01:19 +0000
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Follow-up Comment #3, bug #35395 (project texinfo):

if "complete image paths" means "absolute", then i certainly agree we don't
want to use absolute file names in the output.  but that doesn't mean there
couldn't be an option to alter what relative path is output.  

Specifically. for the case Vincent is talking about (which is the most common
scenario I've seen), what's needed is to prefix "../" to what the user
supplied, for split output only.  it corresponds to an output layout like


i don't propose hardcoding the particular case of prepending "../" as a
configuration variable, but perhaps there could be a way to specify a prefix,
suffix, and/or general transformation of the image directory supplied by the
user.  maybe a way to specify a perl expression that is applied before it is



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