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Subject: Re: Is DOCTYPE only generated in chunking?

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/ Bob Stayton <bobs@sco.com> was heard to say:
| On Fri, Apr 04, 2003 at 09:26:26AM +0100, Norman Walsh wrote:
|> / John Himpel <jwhimpel@tseinc.com> was heard to say:
|> | I was attempting to run "HTML Validation" at www.w3.org, when I seem to
|> | have discovered that using html/docbook.xsl as the top-level stylesheets
|> | does not generate a DOCTYPE declaration.  However, using either
|> | chunk.xsl or onechunk.xsl does.
|> Are you sure you didn't change something else? I can't reproduce your
|> experience. I don't get a DOCTYPE for any of html/docbook.xsl,
|> html/onechunk.xsl, or html/chunk.xsl.
| Norm, what processor are you using?  xsltproc outputs
| an HTML DOCTYPE for chunk.xsl and onechunk.xsl.
| I think its serializer does that when output
| method is "html".  Saxon does not by default, but
| it can be turned on for chunk.xsl and onechunk.xsl
| by setting the chunker.output.doctype-public and
| chunker.output.doctype-system stylesheet parameters.

I expect I tested with Saxon. Uhm, so xsltproc outputs a doctype when
you say method=html on a chunk, but not on the principle result tree?
I wonder why not. And what public/system identifiers does xsltproc use
for the chunked ones?

                                        Be seeing you,

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