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Re: Non SGML Character Number?

Holger Rauch <> writes:

> My SGML_CATALOG_FILES variable contains (the newline characters are just
> here for readability):

Don't use SGML_CATALOG_FILES.  Using SGML_CATALOG_FILES without knowing
what you do is asking for trouble :)

> /usr/share/sgml/CATALOG.docbk30:/usr/share/sgml/CATALOG.docbk31:
> /usr/share/sgml/CATALOG.gnome:/usr/share/sgml/CATALOG.iso-ent:
> /usr/share/sgml/CATALOG.tei-3:/usr/share/sgml/CATALOG.tei-3.system:
> /usr/share/sgml/CATALOG.teixlite:/usr/share/sgml/jade_dsl/catalog:
> /usr/share/sgml/openjade/catalog:/usr/local/docbook/dtds/sgml/4.1/
> /usr/local/docbook/dtds/xml/4.1.2/
> /usr/local/docbook/style/dsssl/1.70/catalog
> What's going on here?

Don't mix CATALOG files.  Different DTDs use different SGML
declarations.  Esp. don't mix DocBook 3.0 with DocBook 4.1 XML.

TEI and DocBook 3.0 are using different SGML declarations, too.  Don't
mix DocBook catalogs with TEI catalogs.

Intentionally, SGML_CATALOG_FILES isn't set on SuSE Linux.

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