parsing spec.dtd & XML spec with nsgmls Re: W3C spec.dtd
pgrosso at arbortext.com
Wed Mar 3 18:30:15 GMT 1999
At 18:13 1999 03 03 +0100, Stefan Mintert wrote:
> > > Now I try to parse the XML spec (REC-xml-19980210.xml) and the spec.dtd
> > > (copied from the above URL) with nsgmls.
> > As the documentation for XMLspec warns, the current version of the
> > DTD is *not* the one used with the XML Recommendation, which used
> > a much older version. So don't do that.
>ooops, sorry; but that doesn't explain the parsing errors concerning the DTD:
>spec.dtd:60:17:W: named character reference
>spec.dtd:60:19:E: "X2014" is not a function name
1. nsgmls is not an XML parser. those errors are probably because it's
not recognizing — (the hex version) as a numeric character
reference. You might try converting X2014 to a decimal number
and seeing what happens. Or, use an XML parser.
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