before making any modification to your docbook stylesheet, I suggest you 
simply use some XML parser feature to deactivate the DTD validation and DTD 
loading. Every major XML parser use these feature that you can configure 
(see Xerces for instance).
This way you will not endenger the docbook code you are using or introduce 
any bugs :)

By the way, apart from the lack of speed, do docbook stylesheet generate a 
good looking FO ? (I mean PDF)

At 14:35 12/12/2001 +0100, you wrote:
>On Wednesday 12 December 2001 12:24, Lukas Pietsch wrote:
> > What's still slow is the preceding conversion.
>One thing I've seen is document referring to a DTD using an http:// URL.
>This is ok, but usually the parser will go out to the Internet to fetch the
>DTD, which can slow down the process noticeably.
>I'd suggest checking your documents or remove any DOCTYPE declarations to see
>if it makes a difference.

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