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From Johannes Schaefer <johannes.schae...@uidesign.de>
Subject Re: Q: Combining grammars?
Date Fri, 18 Mar 2005 08:37:58 GMT
Ferdinand Soethe wrote:
 > Johannes Schaefer wrote:
 >
 > JS> This looks very much like what I've once used to
 > JS> extend the sdocbook DTD (see below).
 > JS> But I think you've got it running anyway by now.

Copied your answer here, so that the code is present still.
See below.

 > No, I haven't. Does the dtd look right? Testing that is a
 > bit difficult as so many things could go wrong (and not be
 > detected). So somebody saying this way to do it is right
 > would be much appreciated.

Actually I tried this outside of Forrest as a proof of
concept. Using Saxon [1] I got an XML document that conforms
to my extended DTD [2] transformed to sDocBook and from
there to HTML/PDF.

I'm quite confident that this works inside Forrest as well.

You'll have to work out how to do the ENTITY resolution.

 > <!ENTITY % sdocbook SYSTEM "sdocbook.dtd">

I simply copied the sdocbook stuff to the directory in which
I was experimenting and used SYSTEM.

 >> FS>     <!ENTITY % document PUBLIC
 >> FS>     "-//APACHE//ENTITIES Documentation V2.0//EN"
 >> FS>     "document-v20.mod">

You did the resolution with PUBLIC.
I don't know if this works. Try it out!
Maybe you can put it into a input-plugin?!

Cheers
Johannes

[1] http://saxon.sourceforge.net/
[2] see code snippet below


Johannes Schaefer wrote:
> 
> This looks very much like what I've once used to
> extend the sdocbook DTD (see below).
> But I think you've got it running anyway by now.
> 
> Johannes
> 
> 

[2]
> <!ENTITY % sdocbook SYSTEM "sdocbook.dtd">
> %sdocbook;
> 
> <!-- title-less section: the title will be inserted by the stylesheet -->
> <!ENTITY % tlsection
>         "sectioninfo?, (((%divcomponent.mix;)+, section*) | section+)">
> 
> 
> <!ELEMENT control ((%sect.title.content;), purpose, look, section*) >
> 
> <!ELEMENT purpose (%tlsection;) >
> <!ELEMENT look (%tlsection;) >
[/2]

> 
> 
> Ferdinand Soethe wrote:
> 
>> After some more reading ....
>>
>> Given this structure
>>
>> FS> <coursedata>
>> FS>   <structuredpart>
>> FS>      ...
>> FS>   </structuredpart>
>> FS>   <webtext>
>> FS>      content in here should validate against document-v20
>> FS>   </webtext>
>> FS> </coursedata>
>>
>> will this be ok for a dtd?
>>
>> FS> <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
>> FS> FS> FS> <!-- 
>> =============================================================== -->
>> FS> <!-- Include the Common ISO Character Entity Sets -->
>> FS> <!-- 
>> =============================================================== -->
>> FS> FS> <!ENTITY % common-charents PUBLIC
>> FS> "-//APACHE//ENTITIES Common Character Entity Sets V1.0//EN"
>> FS> "common-charents-v10.mod">
>> FS> %common-charents;
>> FS> FS> <!-- 
>> =============================================================== -->
>> FS> <!-- Document -->
>> FS> <!-- 
>> =============================================================== -->
>> FS> FS> <!ENTITY % document PUBLIC
>> FS>     "-//APACHE//ENTITIES Documentation V2.0//EN"
>> FS>     "document-v20.mod">
>> FS> %document;
>> FS> FS> <!-- webtext can have anything that body can in normal docs -->
>> FS> <!ELEMENT webtext (%sections; | %blocks;)+>
>> FS> FS> <!-- Need to define Elements of my structured part here -->
>> FS> FS> FS> <!-- My main structure -->
>> FS> <!ELEMENT coursedata (webtext | structuredpart )+>
>>
>> Thanks
>> Ferdinand Soethe
>>
>>
> 
> 


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