UPD Mail Archive: Re: Fw: UPD> heads up, XML experts

Re: Fw: UPD> heads up, XML experts

From: Mark VanderWiele (markv@us.ibm.com)
Date: Thu Jun 14 2001 - 19:57:11 EDT

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    Norbert: Linux's (GNOME)LibXML does not like lines that start with
    (<?xml) either. I am not sure what is correct.

    Mark VanderWiele
    IBM, Linux Technology Center
    512-838-4779, t/l 678
    email: markv@us.ibm.com

    "Norbert Schade" <norbertschade@oaktech.com>@pwg.org on 06/13/2001 05:22:20

    Sent by: owner-upd@pwg.org

    To: "UPD group" <upd@pwg.org>
    Subject: Fw: UPD> heads up, XML experts

    Friendly reminder.
    Can anybody help?
    This is important.
    ----- Original Message -----
    From: Norbert Schade
    To: UPD group
    Sent: Wednesday, June 06, 2001 2:03 PM
    Subject: UPD> heads up, XML experts

    It looks as if some browsers (I use Internet Explorer) do not like XML
    declarations ( line starts: <?xml) in dtd, while they are expecting it in
    xml files.
    I am surprised, as even my XML Bible shows at least one sample dtd file,
    which has that entry - and cannot be viewed in IE.
    Does anybody have the overview to make a comment here?
    Must/should we remove that top line from our dtd files?

    Norbert Schade
    Principle Software Engineer
    Host Software Group
    Oak Technology, Inc.
    10 Presidential Way
    Woburn, MA 01801
    Phone: 1-781-638-7614
    Fax: 1-781-638-7555
    email: norbertschade@oaktech.com

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