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Subject: Re: DOCBOOK: Default entities not working

/ Horacio <homega@ciberia.es> was heard to say:
| whenever I try to put the attribute value in between quotes when
| defining an entity like:
| <!ENTITY bsd "<systemitem class="osname">BSD</systemitem>">
| I get the following error message:
| openjade:entidades.ent:1:34:E: name start character invalid: only delimiter ">" and parameter separators are allowed
| Is there any substitute for double quotes for declaring entities?

Yep. Single quotes:

 <!ENTITY bsd '<systemitem class="osname">BSD</systemitem>'>


 <!ENTITY bsd "<systemitem class='osname'>BSD</systemitem>">

And if you really needed both kinds, &apos; and &quot; are ' and "

| Also, some default entities like &lsqb;, &rsqb;, &hellip;, ...
| donīt produce the expected character output.  Iīve noticed this
| also happens in some documents around the Internet.  Is there any
| solution other than declaring an entity which should be declared
| by default?

It's reallly a matter of what HTML browsers understand, not the SG/XML

                                        Be seeing you,

Norman Walsh <ndw@nwalsh.com>      | It is better to waste one's youth
http://www.oasis-open.org/docbook/ | than to do nothing with it at
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