Re: Trying to Use SUBDOC (to solve Difficult Problem)

Subject: Re: Trying to Use SUBDOC (to solve Difficult Problem)
From: Tony Graham <tgraham@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 12 Oct 1998 10:51:58 -0400 (EDT)
At 12 Oct 1998 15:53 +0200, Matthias Clasen wrote:
 > No, I think you have to change the SUBDOC declaration to 
 > SUBDOC YES <number of supported subdocs>. I think the system declaration


 > for sp has SUBDOC YES 100. I don't know if that number means the nesting
 > depth of subdocs or simply the total number of subdocuments in a document. 

Correct.  Quoting ISO 8879, with "SUBDOC YES <number>", the number
indicates "the specified number of SGML subdocument entities (1 or
more) may be open at one time."

"SUBDOC YES <number>" in the system declaration specifies the ability
of the system to support the feature, whereas in the SGML Declaration
it characterises the documents' use of that feature.


Tony Graham
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