Re: error

Subject: Re: error
From: Tony Graham <tgraham@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 23 Dec 1998 12:37:02 -0500 (EST)
At 21 Dec 1998 17:55 -0500, J-P Theberge wrote:
 > What is the meaning of this message?
 > /usr/local/bin/jade:E: specification document does not have the DSSSL
 > architecture as a base architecture

Jade is not finding style-sheet.dtd and/or dsssl.dtd, or the format of
your specification of the base architecture is incorrect.

The processing instruction in style-sheet.dtd used for specifying the
DSSSL architecture changed after about Jade 0.8 to match the format
specified by the then recently-released HyTime 2.

 > ---
 > After Jade have been compiled and/or the binaries placed on a /bin
 > directory, where am I supposed to place the other files (catalog,
 > xml.soc, the dtds e.t.c) so jade can find them by itself using the
 > PUBLIC identifier?

You can specify the location of the catalog file using the -c command
line otpion, and you can specify additional directories to search for
files using the -D command line option.  See the nsgmls.htm file for
information on command line options not documented in jade.htm.


Tony Graham
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