Sebastian Rahtz wrote:
> Syd Bauman wrote:
>>>That's a problem with emacs, in that it does not follow URLs
>>>properly. Your syntax is fine, your tool is broken.
>>I think that's a bit harsh. Following URLs is a (desirable) feature
>>that Emacs/psgml does not (currently) provide, but it isn't "broken".
> I don't think its a "desirable" feature, exactly. the system identifier
> is a URL, surely? if you can't implement http, you cant really be said
> to implement
> URLs, I'd say.
As far as I can tell, emacs is following the doctype URL (I'd miss typed
something when I first put it in and it didn't recognise anything; the
problem vanished when I fixed the typo).
<!DOCTYPE TEI.2 PUBLIC "-//TEI Consortium//DTD TEI P4//EN"
"http://www.tei-c.org/Guidelines/DTD/tei2.dtd" [ ]>
I wish I could say what I'm running under: its the earlier TEI build in
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