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- Subject: How to include one xml file in another?
- From: Craig Hagerman <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Tue, 8 Nov 2005 00:19:55 +0900
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I am pretty new to XML and trying to learn more. I am trying to figure
out if something is possible, and if so how to do it...
I created a bash script on my server to create an xml / rss file of
podcasts as they are updated. What I wanted to do was have two files
which are merged such that
1. podcasts.xml contains ONLY <item>s of podcasts. This was I just
just append new podcasts to the end of this file.
2. feed.rss.xml contains everything else and is the external link.
(I had been thinking in PHP terms perhaps when I thought this out.)
After a bunch of searching and reading tutorials I THOUGHT that using
an <ENTITY> would do the trick for this... but no luck. Can anyone
tell me if it is possible to include / call / reference another file
from within an xml file... and if so how I am supposed to do it?