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Subject: Re: [dita-lightweight-dita] XDITA map broken in our grammar files?

What version of the OT are you using? I have not gotten it to work yet either. The first thing I ran into in trying to run this is a couple of invalid xdita files in the samples.

In the xdita file max-number-bulbs.dita, it has a <source> element which the OT gripes about. It's not in the lwdita DTDs. Looks like it should be <media-source> instead, that's in the DTDs. I changed it.

In xdita file turn-on-off-dim-lights.dita, inside <taskbody> is <context> followed by <prereq>. The DTD (task.mod) defines taskbody content as either context or prereq or section, so one of them has to go. I got rid of prereq and it validated.

I did a pull request on these two xdita files. Can you please give me push permissions to our repo for the future?

I tried html5 output from the command line of the latest OT 3.1.2 and it failed. I think it's because the default 3.1.2 OT does not include the lwdita DTDs and so barfs on the xdita files.

And it also does not work with the latest version of Oxygen (20.1) even though it has the lwdita DTDs. It uses OT 2.5 and I think it won't work with that.

Once I figure out how to publish these sample files, I'll write it up for the repo.

Mark Giffin

On 8/23/2018 7:53 AM, Carlos Evia wrote:
Dear LwDITA SC members,

I was playing with some transformations with the ditac update, and my XDITA files worked perfectly. I tried transforming the same files with our grammar files using the OT and nothing happened in -f HTML5 (no error message). However, in -f PDF I got the following error message:
"fo:flow" is missing child elements. Required content model: marker* (%block;)+ (See position 1:10681)

I tried with other XDITA maps and nothing worked... did we break the Internet?



Carlos Evia, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Communication
Virginia Tech
Blacksburg, VA 24061-0112

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