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Re: sgml-validate

From: Allan Gottlieb
Subject: Re: sgml-validate
Date: Wed, 16 Feb 2011 23:21:33 -0500
User-agent: Gnus/5.13 (Gnus v5.13) Emacs/23.2 (gnu/linux)

On Wed, Feb 16 2011, William F. Hammond wrote:

> For a non-validating parse with onsgmls use something like this shell
> script:

[ snipped]

> For a non-validating parse the specified catalog should contain
> the line
> SGMLDECL "xml.dcl"
> where "xml.dcl" is James Clark's sgml declaration for xml, usually
> distributed with opensp,

Thank you for all the information

>> The only annoyance is that xmllint keeps telling me that
>> ≥ et al are not valid entities.
> Correct.  The only such entities that are available by default are
> '&amp;' for '&', '&lt;' for '<', annd '&gt;' for '>'.
> Something like '&ge;' (which I imagine to be U-2265, "greater than or
> equal to") can be defined for in-house use but will not work well
> across the network.  For publication on the network use the character
> itself if the XML instance is given a suitable content-encoding, e.g.,
> utf-8, or use '&#x2265;'.

I had hoped I would be able to put somewhere in my .html file
some version of
  ge #x2265
But I see from your reply that this will not be possible.

Thanks again for your expert commentary.

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