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RE: XHTML modularisation causes strange error with MSXML

error parsing xhtml
The issue isn't validation, so much as being able to simply parse the 
documents. MSXML in IE throws a fatal error when encountering PEs that it 
thinks haven't been declared in the appropriate place (due to the 
modularized structure of the DTDs).

The less than politic answer has always been that IE doesn't support XHTML, 
so it's not a problem anyone is willing to solve.

That's shortsighted, of course, in that XML DTDs can be heavily 
parameterized as well, having nothing to do with XHTML, and those would 
fail as well.

At 03:05 AM 6/29/2002 -0700, Dare Obasanjo wrote:
>If what you want is validation the SAX parser in MSXML should be able to 
>validate those without problems.
>(replying to:)
>         MSXML seems unable to process DTDs that use lots of parameter 
> entities such
>         as those of W3C XHTML. I've been mentioning this for years but no 
> one seems
>         to care. shrug.


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