[XML-SIG] a simple SGML question (off-topic)
Lars Marius Garshol
15 May 1999 20:52:29 +0200
* Fredrik Lundh
| I have a bunch of docbook CHAPTER's, each
| in a separate file. It would be very cool if I
| could write a "master document" which
| "includes" them all, something like:
| #include "chapter1.sgm"
| #include "chapter2.sgm"
Here's what I use:
<!DOCTYPE Book PUBLIC "-//Davenport//DTD DocBook V3.0//EN" [
<!ENTITY publ-today SYSTEM "publ-today.sgml">
<!ENTITY techno-back SYSTEM "techno-back.sgml">
<!ENTITY architecture SYSTEM "architecture.sgml">
<!ENTITY platform SYSTEM "platform.sgml">
<!ENTITY evaluation SYSTEM "evaluation.sgml">
| would it be easier to write a Python script
| which rips off the extra DOCTYPE elements.
I don't think so. :)