Re: XT ignore DOCTYPE statement
If I have a bogus DOCTYPE statement in my XML source generated in some default output, how can I write my stylesheet so XT won't cough an error when it goes to look for it [...]?
I don't see how it could be possible, unless maybe you can somehow force the application (Majix) to emit a standalone="yes" on the XML declaration -- something like that. Like entities, the DOCTYPE declaration (I'd think) is one of those things that are handled before the processor (XT in this case) ever lays eyes on them.
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