Re: New installation of the DITA-OT #DITA-OT
How about ... in your Windows shell, change you current directory
to the location of sequence.ditamap? (I usually work in a UNIX
shell ... "cd" command. It may be "dir" in Windows). If you're
using "--input=sequence.ditamap", the 'dita' command will look for
the ditamap in the current directory. (Since your "PATH
environment variable is set, your system should find the 'dita'
command regardless of current directory).
Or try using the full path to the ditamap as an argument to --input: "--input=C:\Program Files\dita-ot-3.6\docsrc\samples\sequence.ditamp". Another possibility ... you may need to double each backslash character: "\\".
On 2/27/21 10:11 PM, Nancy Roberts wrote:
Whoops, I pasted the wrong example. Like I said, I'm good with GUI-based tools. I've never done anything serious with the command line. This is sort of a trial by fire.
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