Looking for DTD parser

Michael_Durbin at em.fcnbd.com Michael_Durbin at em.fcnbd.com
Fri Jul 17 15:53:54 BST 1998


After a number of years away from SGML I'm happy to be working on DTDs once
again, this time on an XML initiative. One thing I can use is a DTD (not
instance) parser, to validate against the XML spec. Something small that runs on
NT is all I really need, nothing fancy. Something that produces a diagram (a la
David Megginson's in his book) would be especially nice, but not essential. Any

Sorry I'm not up on the latest tools available. I last worked with SGML when I
was at Datalogics (before Frame acquisition, and Adobe acquisition, etc ) from
1990-93. As a former SGML hack, it's tremendously encouraging to see the best
(IMHO) of that technology burst back into my little corner of the world.

Thanks in advance for any tips.


Michael Patrick Durbin, First Chicago NBD Corp.
mailto:michael_durbin at em.fcnbd.com 
Personal: mailto:mdurbin at mcs.com 

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