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Re: Document oriented experience reports anyone?

swaby buccleuch
Michael Champion <michaelc.champion@g...> writes:

> On 6/8/05, Nadia.Swaby@p... <Nadia.Swaby@p...> wrote:
> > In summation, schema can be very useful in publishing, but the lack of
> > entity support is a huge drawback.
> Strictly speaking, one can use DTDs (to declare entities) in
> conjunction with XSD to define everything else.  After all, DTD
> operates on XML syntax and XSD is defined on the Infoset.  I suspect
> that there are gotchas that make this difficult ... does anyone know
> what they might be?

Works fine in my experience.

               Henry S. Thompson, Markup Technology Ltd.
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