Re: New recruit, help needed in choosing project

What you say is indeed rather meaningless. Virtually every XML
document conforms to some DTD, which lists allowed tags, nesting of
them, etc. DocBook documents are XML files conforming to a DocBook
DTD; this DTD was produced by OASIS. There is also a DTD for SGML, but
it is rarely used nowadays. See
for details.

On 1/11/06, Joachim Noreiko <jnoreiko yahoo com> wrote:
> --- alessandro ferrucci <a24 umbc edu> wrote:
> > My understanding was that DocBook was not simply a
> > set of tools but also
> > its own DTD specification with its own elements,
> > separate from XML.
> I'm starting to get out of my depth here, so what I
> say next could be total rubbish. :)
> What I have gathered from looking up DocBook specs and
> tutorials is that is *used* to be that, but has since
> been rewritten in terms of XML.

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