W3C home > Mailing lists > Public > xproc-dev@w3.org > August 2015

XPROC and catalogs?

From: <dvint@dvint.com>
Date: Thu, 13 Aug 2015 14:44:05 -0700
Message-ID: <6e16fa4b64c7fc9dfe9cb5b563c1cee3.squirrel@webmail.dvint.com>
To: "x proc" <xproc-dev@w3.org>
I found this old blog from Norm
http://norman.walsh.name/2009/07/22/xmlCatalogsandXProc

talking about using catalogs to resolve DTD locations, but I'm not
following it 100%. I see him creating a catalog and telling Calibash to
use a resolver, but where does the reference to say - here is the catalog
to use seems to be missing. Seems like maybe there is a default
name/location to put the catalog which might be why these details seem to
be missing?

Also, do you know how to set these command line options up with oXygen or
how to configure it to use a config file as shown?

Last question for those using Calibash in oXygen. Is there anything within
oXygen that would cause it to work just fine for the last couple of days,
but now look like it needs a catalog to work? I started setting up a
catalog to make an Ant script work with xmltask, and went back to what was
a working xproc step that processed a file and read several associated
files to make a new XML document. I just started getting the following
from oXygen:


C:\Users\dan.vint\Desktop\system\dtd\client\WorkdayDitabase.dtd (The
system cannot find the path specified)
Document has been marked not available:
file:/C:/Users/dan.vint/Desktop/DITAsource/fr-fr-loc-v1-source-maptesting/dan1370796457536.xml
Document has been marked not available:
file:/C:/Users/dan.vint/Desktop/DITAsource/fr-fr-loc-v1-source-maptesting/dan1370796457536.xml

So the DTD error is coming from the topics being referenced into the main
file. And then I get the other messages as it tries to read the files
(paths are correct and files exist at those locations) but it is unable to
open the files to get the additional content. DTD files have never been in
a location directly accessible to the files I'm processing without some
sort of catalog to find them, so maybe validation got turned on?

Any ideas?
..dan


..dan
Received on Thursday, 13 August 2015 21:44:30 UTC

This archive was generated by hypermail 2.4.0 : Friday, 17 January 2020 23:17:25 UTC