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The version currently in CVS has a bunch of problems that can be found either with "nsgmls -s faq.sgml" from the Jade package, or by changing to an XML DTD and using xmllint from LibXML.

The version in CVS that I linked to in the original post definately validates against 'nsgmls -s FAQ.sgml' on my machines here. Perhaps your version of nsgmls is older? I'm using the latest from the 'sp' Debian pacakge, version 1.3.4-1.2.1-28. I made sure it validated before I committed the first revision to CVS.

I'll look into your other suggestions, thanks for the reply.

In reply to Re: SGML FAQ to HTML (or XML? or SQL?) by hacker
in thread SGML FAQ to HTML (or XML? or SQL?) by hacker

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