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From David Crossley <cross...@indexgeo.com.au>
Subject Re: cocoon is non-validating, any ideas why?
Date Tue, 13 Aug 2002 08:09:02 GMT
Please do not give up, Ian. Cocoon can certainly do validation
as an XML framework now using DTDs. Perhaps later using other
schema (Relax NG anyone?).

Vadim was just saying that it is not a "Concern" of Cocoon,
but that of the parser.

We put a lot of work in six (?) months ago to ensure that
Cocoon could do validation. In fact, we had it working nicely
during build docs. However, then Bug 6200 was uncovered.
and we had to turn it off by default in cocoon.xconf

Please help to get it available again. Can you add any insight
to the Bugzilla description?
http://nagoya.apache.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=6200

This is definitely a capability that i, for one, want to see
in my XML Framework.

Ian, you seem to be trying to trick the parser by supplying
malformed SYSTEM identifiers and fake DTDs. That will never work.
There is one way for small documents - add an internal DTD subset.
See for example cocoon.roles
--David





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