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Kevin SmothermanSubject: Internal DTD subset
Author: Kevin Smotherman
Date: 06 Dec 2001 09:47 AM
When I include the following in an XML file:

(!DOCTYPE XML-S SYSTEM "XML-S.dtd"[
(!ENTITY amp "x#38;#38;")
(!ENTITY lt "x#38;#60;")
(!ENTITY gt "x#62;")
(!ENTITY apos "x#39;")
(!ENTITY quot "x#34;")
])

(where '(' = '<', ')' = '>' and 'x' = ampersand)

I get a "Partial markup error" for the last character. What don't I understand?

Thanks all.

Kev

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Alberto MassariSubject: Re: Internal DTD subset
Author: Alberto Massari
Date: 06 Dec 2001 01:16 PM
At 09:55 AM 12/6/2001 -0500, stylus-studio-tech Listmanager wrote:
>From: "Kevin Smotherman"
>
>When I include the following in an XML file:
>
>(!DOCTYPE XML-S SYSTEM "XML-S.dtd"[
>(!ENTITY amp "x#38;#38;")
>(!ENTITY lt "x#38;#60;")
>(!ENTITY gt "x#62;")
>(!ENTITY apos "x#39;")
>(!ENTITY quot "x#34;")
>])
>
>(where '(' = '<', ')' = '>' and 'x' = ampersand)
>
>I get a "Partial markup error" for the last character. What don't I
>understand?

Hi Kevin,
I tried to reproduce the problem but I get no error; can you verify you are
running the latest version (3.1 bl69e)?
If this is the case, can you attach (or send via e-mail) the full XML and DTD?

Thanks,
Alberto

 
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