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Subject: DOCBOOK: RE: docbook, dsssl, and jade installation
Hi Laurent, thank you very much for the info.
I followed your directions, and now I think I have the same problem that you do:
as in my first email to this list I am getting these error messages as you do Laurant:
jade:o:\tools\doctools\docbook\ent/iso-lat1.ent:6:19:E: "X00E1" is not a
jade:o:\tools\doctools\docbook\ent/iso-lat1.ent:7:19:E: "X00C1" is not a
jade:o:\tools\doctools\docbook\ent/iso-lat1.ent:8:18:E: "X00E2" is not a
jade:o:\tools\doctools\docbook\ent/iso-lat1.ent:9:18:E: "X00C2" is not a
jade:o:\tools\doctools\docbook\ent/iso-lat1.ent:10:19:E: "X00E0" is not a
jade:o:\tools\doctools\docbook\ent/iso-lat1.ent:11:19:E: "X00C0" is not a
I see you are getting them too, Any explanation why they are emitted by Jade.
Can anybody help.
From: Laurent Pointal [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Monday, November 13, 2000 3:40 AM
To: Khidhir, Khalid [SKY:1G61-A:EXCH]; firstname.lastname@example.org
Subject: Re: docbook, dsssl, and jade installation
Under Windows NT 4 (but this may not influence global configuration):
DocBook XML 4.1.2
DocBook DSSSL 1.5.8 (with dbl1zhcn.ent, dbl1zhcn.dsl and dbl1hu.ent
modified by N.Walsh, which will be part of 1.5.9 - sent separately of the
Jade for Window 1.2.1
Currently I type all my XML files with Unicode-UTF8 encoding (SC Unipad on
Windows NT, nice for Unicode).
My environment variables are:
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