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Re: DOCTYPE tags

On Apr 12,  1:12pm, Gerard Beekmans wrote:
> Subject: DOCTYPE tags
> >From SGML sources I've downloaded from the LDP site I see that DocBook
> 3.0 is used (with acompanying <!DOCTYPE blabla PUBLIC "-//DAVENPORT//DTD
> DocBook V3.0//EN">
> I'm writing in docbook 3.1 and thus the doctype line is slightly
> different, though my document doesn't contain anything that only works
> with the 3.1 version  (it formats just fine when a 3.0 doctype tag is
> inserted).
> Just wanted to let you know about this. Is it a problem is I submit the
> original SGML with the 3.1 doctype tag and whoever will process the
> document will change it, or should I change it prior to submitting?

Not a problem. We're using DocBook 3.1 but the linuxdoc->docbook
translator is setting the public indentifier to 3.0. We can handle


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