On Mon, 2003-02-24 at 13:07, Greg Murray wrote:
> A URL for the SYSTEM path is great for specifying "a stable and central
> location" as Tomaz points out. Just be aware that not all parsers will
> accept a URL as a SYSTEM path. Xerces does; nsgmls doesn't. nsgmls is much
> faster than Xerces -- particularly useful when parsing many documents in
> one fell swoop.
nsgmls doesn't, but onsgmls does. I can't see much reason
not to use OpenSP in this context.
As I said before, if you want a fast command-line parser,
xmllint is probably even better, or rxp.
Syd may pop up now and say that xmllint has developed a bug
which makes it accuse some TEI DTDs of being non-deterministic.
I hope that'll get fixed soon.
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