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Subject: Re: [docbook-apps] Re: [docbook] Bibliographic references and more

Thank you very much for your help Bob and Michael !

... so it seems that is not my fault that the specific document does not 

Bob, could you post the link to the thread in which you asked the question on 
the libxml2 archives, so I can  watch it ?
(I couldn't find it at 

Thank you very much again,

On Monday 06 December 2004 19:23, Bob Stayton wrote:

> > > I'm not sure what -postvalid means, since the man page just says it
> > > runs validation after parsing is complete.  I asked a question on the
> > > libxml2 list to get some clarification.
> >
> > As far as I know, it means it expands any entity references and/or
> > xincludes before attempting to validate the document
> Well, I thought you could not validate a document unless entity references
> are expanded.  In this case, the ID is in the system entity.  If it isn't
> expanded, then the file is invalid because the ID would not be found.  But
> xmllint -valid reports it as valid.  When I manually include the text from
> the entity, it is also valid.  It is only reported as invalid when I
> use -postvalid, which doesn't make much sense to me.

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