XML library in OS X standalones: DTD files

Frank Engel fde101 at fjrhome.net
Sat Nov 6 10:31:54 CST 2004

I mention the DTD file in a short XML text I hand to the 
revCreateXMLTree function in order to initialize a near-empty tree.  
I'm not using the command and function you mentioned.

On Nov 6, 2004, at 11:21, Jan Schenkel wrote:

> --- Frank Engel <fde101 at fjrhome.net> wrote:
>> Where do I put a DTD file such that it can be found
>> by the XML library
>> in a standalone OS X program?  I tried putting it in
>> the same folder as
>> the app bundle, and I tried putting it in the
>> "Contents/MacOS" folder
>> of the app bundle, as well as the "Resources"
>> folder, but none of these
>> seem to work.  It works fine from a Windows
>> standalone (just placing
>> the DTD in the same folder as the exe), and in the
>> IDE (placing the DTD
>> in the Rev folder).
> Hi Frank,
> As far as I know, the revXMLAddDTD command and
> revXMLValidateDTD function are expecting the content
> of the DTD-file. Or am I misinterpreting your question
> ?
> Jan Schenkel.
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