[XML-SIG] supress DTD reading
Thomas B. Passin
tpassin at comcast.net
Thu Nov 27 14:17:57 EST 2003
Roman Kennke wrote:
>>It probably tried to parse the "" and did not like it.
> Is this not legal? However, 'unknow url type: env.dtd' sounds like it has
> something to do with the url 'env.dtd' ;-)
No, it is legal to just have whitespace (or nothing) there, I just
speculated that maybe the particular parser, whatever it was, did not
like it being blank. But that has probably been defacto tested hundreds
of times, so probably would not be a problem.
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