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Subject: Re: [docbook-apps] Do docbook Stylesheet access the Internet
Paul Taylor <email@example.com> writes: > Michael Smith wrote: > > >Which is a very good reason for not using named character entities... > > > >Or for relying on any other mechanisms that cause the document to > >look any different after it is parsed and validated (e.g., entities > >replaced with whatever they resovlve to, default attributes added) > > > > > > > Thanks Bob, now working > > Michael That was the first thing I tried, I havent used any character > entities such as trade; only DocBook elements such as <trademark> but > itcomplained with Warning! Error: no ID for constraint for some of my > links although I dont know why there are no special characters. > So I think you do need the DTDs really No I don't. And neither do you, unless you are using a broken tool. If are seeing spurious "no ID for constraint foo" errors, it is due to a bug in the whatever tool you're using to do the processing.