RE: Jade

Subject: RE: Jade
From: "Didier PH Martin" <martind@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 24 Nov 1999 08:37:30 -0500
Hi Jany,

Sorry, I wrote the command line from a windows perspective where Jade and
OpenJade take as default a catalog path stored in the registry. So, on
windows, the default catalog path is stored in the following registry

HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\James Clark\SP\Catalogs. the value stored at this
registry key is a sring containing the catalog path. For instance on mine it
contains: "<osfile>D:\SGMLKit\Catalog\Catalog".

However, I never checked in the OpenJade code if more than one catalog can
be present in this registry entry.

So, on Windows, there is no needs for a -c option if your default catalog is
set in the catalogs registry entry. However, on other platforms this may be

Didier PH Martin

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Subject: RE: Jade

On Wed, 24 Nov 1999, Didier PH Martin wrote:

> Hi Peter,
> Simple, look closely the following answer because I think somebody already
> answered that question.
> Your command line is:
> jade -f error.log -t rtf -wno-valid -d converter.dsl -o test.rtf test.xml
> it should be
> jade -f error.log -t rtf -wno-valid -d converter.dsl -o test.rtf xml.dcl
> test.xml
> .../...
> Otherwise you command line is OK. The document will be parsed without any
> validation performed on it and thus, it does not need a DTD (as it is
> ussually the case for SGML documents).
Anyway, the DTD is in the document ?

Does it not need a -c option with a convenient catalog file ?
How will then the
<!DOCTYPE style-sheet PUBLIC "-//James Clark//DTD DSSSL Style Sheet//EN">
be processed ?
I had to add it when I made the test.

cheers. jany.

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