Re: External subset processing by browsers
2008/12/8 David Carlisle <davidc@n...>: > >> - the root element can be rss, rdf or atom... > > can't you just use a catalog that defaults a dtd that defines a bunch of > entities if the top level elemnt is one of those? Rather than letting > the parse start without a DTD and falling over undefined entity > references later? If possible could you provide an example? (never really used catalogs) The reason I went down the original route was I hoping to replace entities with xml, such as: <ent:entity name="euro" number="8364"/> ...similar to what I've done in the past with LexEv, but as George has been pointed out its different when no doctype has been supplied. It a little odd that feeds like this exist - they must be created by non-xml tools, then consumed by non-xml tools... -- Andrew Welch http://andrewjwelch.com Kernow: http://kernowforsaxon.sf.net/
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