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Subject: RE: [docbook] offtopic: question for users who use oxygen and doc book

(duh. she says to herself) That makes sense. Because after the xml with two
titles in the chapter was profiled, the resulting only had one title which
was then valididated.

It'd sure be nice if editors "allowed" two titles only in the case that it
realizes that it's going to be run against the profiling stylesheet.

But using <phrase/> works great!

Thank you all!

-----Original Message-----
From: Sean Wheller [mailto:sean@inwords.co.za]
Sent: Thursday, April 06, 2006 12:59 PM
To: docbook@lists.oasis-open.org
Cc: Webmaster
Subject: Re: [docbook] offtopic: question for users who use oxygen and
doc book

On Thursday 06 April 2006 18:27, Webmaster wrote:
> I believe this is related to oxigen since it works with notepad

Oxygen is a structured XML Editor, Notepad is just a plain text editor. 
Notepad is oblivious to any DTD/XSD demands. Just because you can do 
something in Notepad does not therefore mean it is valid and well-formed to 
your target DTD/XSD. You need to run validation tests externally to Notepad.

Oxygen, being a structured editor does the validation tests inline to your 
editing process. Whenever the current file is not valid and well-formed to 
the target DTD.

If you use Notepad then use a tool like xmllint to test whether your XML 
instance is valid and well-formed. 100% if Oxygen shows that it is not, then

so will xmllint.

Hope this helps,

Sean Wheller
Technical Author

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