[XML-SIG] Better recipe for saving a file with a doctype declaration?

Mike C. Fletcher mcfletch@rogers.com
Fri, 17 Jan 2003 11:47:46 -0500


Okay, thanks for the confirmation.  I am actually using 4suite, and have 
decided to just let 4xslt handle the encoding for now (too many other 
projects on the go to worry about it) :) .

Enjoy,
Mike

Martin v. L÷wis wrote:

>"Mike C. Fletcher" <mcfletch@rogers.com> writes:
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>>I'm using the following to write out my xml document with a doctype
>>declaration.  Is this the preferred way to go about it?
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>If you are using the DOM: Sure! If you need more stuff in the DOCTYPE
>declaration (such as an internal subset), you could also write it out
>yourself, and then only print the document root.
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>>and on a related note, how does one specify the encoding for the
>>document when writing (e.g. as "ISO-8859-1")?
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>If you have the latest PyXML, and if you are using minidom, you can
>use the encoding= argument of .toxml.
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>Regards,
>Martin
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