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Re: [xml-dev] External subset processing by browsers

in an SGML Catalog to associate any file with top level element rss with
a dfault DTT you'd just need the line

DOCTYPE rss  some-dtd-with-entity-definitions.dtd

and then a file starting with


would act as if it started
<!DOCTYPE RSS SYSTEM "some-dtd-with-entity-definitions.dtd">

and you are done so long as the dtd defines the entities you want to

My mental model had XML Catalogues working the same way but looking at
the spec I see that's not quite so, the core XML Catalog spec doesn't
have this feature but it is there as


if your implementation supports

> The elements described in this appendix provide full TR9401 semantics
> in the XML Catalog format. These are implemented as extension elements
> in the namespace: "urn:oasis:names:tc:entity:xmlns:tr9401:catalog". 

So you'd need either an implementation odf sgml open catalogues, or xml
catalogues with this extension, I guess.


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