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From Ross Gardler <>
Subject Re: Glossary Plugin FOR-755 - was RE: [jira] Updated: (FOR-639) define terminology for the various aspects of Dispatcher
Date Sun, 02 Apr 2006 12:05:47 GMT
David Crossley wrote:
> Gav.... wrote:
>>Back again,
>>>From: Gav....
>>>A wee bit further now then but I reckon I am stuck at this point,
>>>I Commented out these
>>><!ELEMENT acronym (%content.mix;)*>
>>><!ATTLIST acronym %common.att;>
>>>And it all validates fine, can not test if acronym tags still work yet
>>>because I now get a build error :-
>>>Cannot find
>>>I have seen this before and generally does not fail a build, but this one
> It is not an error. You can supply one if you
> want (see FAQ). I often wonder if we should add a
> default file just to shut that warning up.

+1 to a default, this used to fool me too.

>>>X [0] index.html BROKEN:
>>>Is a new one on me, it may be something needs updating but I have no clue
>>>the moment.
>>Well I have one of my own and it goes like this:-
>>In input.xmap we have :
>>      <map:action logger="sitemap.action.sourcetype" name="sourcetype"
>>        <sourcetype name="glossary-v10">
>>          <document-declaration public-id="-//SAAFE//DTD Glossary V1.0//EN"
>>        </sourcetype>
>>      </map:action>
>>    </map:actions>
>>The document-declaration points to I guess and on this page [1]
>>A well know RDG :) says 

As David said, but I will back up as this is my code donation, please 
remove any references you find to SAAFE and turn them to Apache 
references as per other DTD's and plugins. This is a complete code 
donation and I don't require any credits other than the normal onces. I 
certainly don't maintain these DTD's with my SAAFE work.

>><quote>Fixme ( rdg )
>>We should also support the public entity descriptor ("-//SAAFE/DTD Public
>>Document//EN") above.</quote>
>>Not quite the same, anyhow, maybe this document-declaration should be
>>pointing somewhere else.
> Don't know what that means. Leave it until later.

Errr... well I wrote it and I don't know what it means either ;-)

Just drop the fixme, it may have been some weird requirement on the 
project I created this plugin for and eventually talked the client out 
of - it was a long time ago, I can't remember the details.


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