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Subject: Re: [docbook-apps] Entity not defined


Thanks, I guess I could. But, it does not yet make sense to me to add entities because I switched from Saxon to Xlstproc. I was assuming that I need an argument to add to declare those standard entities.

Douglas

On 10/10/07, Johnson Earls <darkfoxprime@yahoo.com> wrote:
You need to define any entities you wish to use in your DOCTYPE entry.
For example:

<?xml version='1.0' encoding='UTF-8'?>
<!DOCTYPE article PUBLIC '-//OASIS//DTD DocBook XML V4.5 //EN'
'../../DocBook/docbook-xml/docbookx.dtd' [
<!-- HTML-like character entities -->
    <!ENTITY frac12 ''>
    <!ENTITY lsquo '''>
    <!ENTITY rsquo ''>
    <!ENTITY ldquo '"'>
    <!ENTITY rdquo '"'>
] >

- dfp

--- Douglas Wade <douglaswade@gmail.com> wrote:

> I am switching from instant saxton to xsltproc and I cannot get
> xsltproc
> parsing. It considers text entities as invalid. I did not see any
> help to
> what I have wrong. I get errors like:
>
> xml:3196: parser error : Entity 'rdquo' not defined
> enter a value of "<emphasis role="bold">60</emphasis>"
>                                                                  ^
> xml:3242: parser error : Entity 'ldquo' not defined
> s> file. Add the Technical Manual, similar to this format. "
>
>
> xsltproc --output myfile.html --stringparam use.extension 0
> ..\docbook-
> xsl-1.68.1\docbook-html.xsl UserGuideSGML.xml
> xmllint --xinclude UserGuideSGML.xml
>
>
> Thanks...
>
> Douglas
>



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