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Subject: Re: [docbook-apps] xinclude processing.
Dave Pawson <email@example.com> writes: > I'm looking at an SGML book using hundreds of entities > > <!ENTITY ex1 SYSTEM "ex1.sh"> > > To move this to docbook rng, I'm thinking about a script or > something to convert the callouts to xinclude statements. > > 1. Is this reasonable. Sounds reasonable to me. Whether it's worth the effort or not, I can't say. If the book is building now without problems, then why do you want to mess around with it? :-) > 2. Is it only libxslt that hacks xinclude as yet? > (and any particular version please) If by "hacks" you mean "implements", then, as far as standalone apps, I know there's also XIncluder. And there's a list of implementations that was probably fairly complete at one time but probably isn't now. Meaning that there are more now, especially ones integrated into other apps (as opposed to standalone).  http://xincluder.sourceforge.net/}  http://www.w3.org/XML/2002/09/xinclude-implementation