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Subject: DOCBOOK-APPS: Re: docbook.dsl SGML-only?
On Tuesday, July 16, 2002, at 05:31 AM, Norman Walsh wrote: > [ Follow-ups to docbook-apps, please ] Okay (wasn't sure which list before). > / Erik Price <firstname.lastname@example.org> was heard to say: > | openjade:/sw/share/sgml/dsssl/docbook-dsssl- > | nwalsh/print/docbook.dsl:1:73:W: cannot generate system identifier for > | public text "-//James Clark//DTD DSSSL Style Sheet//EN" > > You probably need to make sure that there is a catalog entry for the > public identifier above. > > | Could it be that I cannot use this style sheet with the XML version of > | DocBook? I noticed that most of the examples show the SGML version > | being used (http://docbook.org/tdg/en/html/appa.html). > > No, you can process XML documents with Jade. You just need to use the > XML version of the SGML declaration explicitly. > > jade [options] /path/to/xml.dcl yourdocument.xml Okay. According to that error message, that the file named /sw/share/sgml/dsssl/docbook-dsssl-nwalsh/print/docbook.dsl contains the following line <!DOCTYPE style-sheet PUBLIC "-//James Clark//DTD DSSSL Style Sheet//EN" [ and that OpenJade wants to know how to resolve this public identifier into a SYSTEM file. This is my best guess. The problem is that I am unsure of what I should do -- there is a catalog file already present in the same directory as "docbook.dsl", but unfortunately it doesn't map this PUBLIC identifier to anything. Should I manually add a line to the catalog file that does a mapping here? And if so, what file on my SYSTEM should I map this PUBLIC identifier to? I think I'm making some progress here, and I really appreciate everyone's help. Erik PS: if you couldn't tell, I'm new to these advanced concepts in XML -- I've only ever done high-level SAX/DOM parsing before.
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