[xml] Re: standard dtd?!

it is not so easy i think, because i have tool's for my program like a
export-tool. this tool work without libxml and created me xml-files. So on
this pc where the tool runs, libxml is not installed and i don't have the
dtd files.
( and no internet :-(  )

so what i will is to use the xml-files from different pc's without i must
change it.
With catalog files it's the same thing, i don't know where the it stands on
the target pc when i create it on an other pc. Thus I could take also

i will use my xml-file from different pc's, with different installations
wihtout using the internet!


"Daniel Veillard" <veillard redhat com> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
news:20030728110637 C17377 redhat com   
On Sun, Jul 27, 2003 at 06:49:41PM +0200, Thomas Rokohl wrote:
how can i specify the dtd-file in my program and not in the xml-file?

  You should not.

Have you read the doc ?
  use canonical URL
  how to write you own entity loader
  the catalog solution

There is many way to do it cleanly, what you seems to do is one one
the wrong solutions to a common problem.


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