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From André Malo ...@perlig.de>
Subject Re: Can I include HTML entities in XML source?
Date Tue, 13 Feb 2007 10:50:43 GMT
* Sander Temme wrote: 

> I am working on some documentation for mod_ftp, and am using the
> httpd manual format.  I'm running into the following small problem: I
> would like to include HTML entities into the documents, like —
> ‘ and ’.  While XML documents containing these characters
> build fine, they make Firefox' parser crap out with an error like so:
>
> XML Parsing Error: undefined entity
> Location: file:///home/sctemme/asf/httpd/trunk/docs/manual/ftp/
> ftp_tls.xml
> Line Number 64, Column 6:
>
> 4217 &mdash; Securing FTP with TLS</a></seealso>
> -----^
>
> Any way I can define these entities?  Having Firefox barf on them
> makes it harder to proof the documents.

That's a firefox problem (doesn't use DTD files, which are not chrome'd).
If you're running the transformation, HTML entities are accepted.

nd

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