On 9/13/23 08:02, Shaun Ramsey wrote:
> New build checking image updates is amazing - chef's kiss. I will go back
> through and insert all my images in their place. That's great. But I'm still
> struggling to get print to read an svg that is not generated.
> Problematically, I can't get my build print to ever look at an svg in external.
> I tried this in ptx:
> <directories external="../external" generated="../generated" />
> and then I tried using image source directly (removing ../) - still no love.
> I've used "data/" in the image source as well.
> Does anybody have a minimum working example that uses image source and an svg?
> If I do this: <image source="FAExM1.svg" width="50%">
> and my directories are as above. shouldn't putting the svg in a folder named
> external that is on the same level as source work?
> On Tuesday, September 12, 2023 at 2:01:14 PM UTC-4 mi...@rellek.net
> Also, up-to-date version of the CLI should be rebuilding only images that
> have changed (automatically without using -g) and for whatever format is
> being built, so that might be something to look at.
>> On Sep 12, 2023, at 12:55 PM, Rob Beezer <bee...@privacyport.com
>> Dear Shaun,
>> Have you studied this?
>> Section 5.6: Directory Management
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