[XML-SIG] xmlproc, dtd's, and such
Sun, 06 Jun 1999 20:10:57 -0700
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Okay, so I'm using xmlproc for some DTD based validation. However, I don't want
to go off to the network every time I have to validate a new file, which means I
will have to cache locally somehow.
I saw an earlier thread on this topic which seemed to indicate that this should
be easy, but it didn't actually elaborate. Can anyone tell me specifically what
class/methods to override?
One approach I might imagine is that the parser would call some sort of
openDTD() function that I could override. In there, I would have a map from the
public DTD url to a local file. Alternatively, there could already be some
pre-built caching code. Further, ideally, I would like to do all this through
the sax interface in a non parser specific manner. Is that asking too much?
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