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Re: xsltproc and XML catalog

Subject: Re: xsltproc and XML catalog
From: Taro Ikai <tikai@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 5 Sep 2003 11:09:38 -0400
xsltproc doctype
>   For troubles with xsltproc see http://xmlsoft.org/XSLT/bugs.html
> this is not an XSLT question, that's not the appropriate forum.
> IMHO stacking URI+Cygwin "unix" remapping+Windows path sounds a 
> good way to get in trouble. Either use Unix filepaths or use Windows
> filepaths with Windows libraries, but mixing all this together on
> top of the already messy file:// URI constructs sounds just a recipe
> for disaster. Unless you like doing this kind of debugging, don't do
> this.
> Daniel
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Thank you, Daniel. At this point, I'm still trying to figure out the 
use of catalogs. Once I figure it out, and I still find there are 
problems, I might file bug reports. I hope you don't mind me posting a 
few more questions now.

I have a document that XInclude's a document in a subdirectory:

<!DOCTYPE set PUBLIC "-//mycompany//DTD DocBook XML V4.2-Based Extension 
V1.0//EN" "mycustomized-docbook.dtd" [
  <xi:include href="subdir1/book1.xml"/>

and the XInclude'd document, subdir1/book1.xml, contains the same DOCTYPE 

<!DOCTYPE set PUBLIC "-//mycompany//DTD DocBook XML V4.2-Based Extension 
V1.0//EN" "mycustomized-docbook.dtd" [
  <title>blah, blah</title>

1) If the XML catalog contains no entry to resolve the PUBLIC identifier, 
and therefore tries to resolve the SYSTEM identifier, is it supposed to 
look for 

  a) "mycutomized-docbook.dtd", or
  b) "subdir1/mycustomized-docbook.dtd"

2) Does xsltproc handle @prefer attribute in <group> element of XML 


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