Re: Problems converting XML with Jade

Subject: Re: Problems converting XML with Jade
From: Daniel Speck <dspeck@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 08 Jun 1998 08:55:22 -0400

Dan Hable wrote:

> I'm using Jade and trying to feed it an XML file and get a RTF-95 file
> as output. This is the command line that I'm using:
> jade -ddigest.dsl -trtf-95 xml.dcl digest1.xml
> ...
> I don't know what I'm doing wrong. I get a warning stating that the
> character set past 65535 will not be used but that's the only message.
> I do get a RTF-95 file but it's just the XML document without any
> formatting. Could someone please help me? Thanks!

I don't know about the warning message but one thing that I have run into is
that because XML is case sensitive if you need to make sure that the case of
GIs of the elements named in your element rules match those declared in the
DTD. For example, if your DTD declares an element as <!ELEMENT foo ...) then
your style sheet needs to say (element foo ...) and not (element FOO ...).


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