Alvaro Herrera <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> So maybe your Openjade is not exactly the same
> Martijn was using, because what I understood was that Openjade replaced
> the &inodot; with &#305;, which should work.

I think it's more likely that he was running with a non-DocBook
stylesheet (his openjade command did not explicitly select a catalog and
stylesheet the way that our Makefiles do).  Or just a different version
of the stylesheet.  I'm testing with whatever ships in Fedora Core 5.
I see definitions of &inodot; in some of the files under
/usr/share/sgml, but evidently none of them are included by docbook...

> Does your browser display it correctly if you replace manually with &#305;?

Doesn't really matter whether it does or not, since my gripe about that
is that DocBook rejects it.

> On the other hand, I don't understand why DocBook would be Latin-1 only.

I'm surprised too that it couldn't be easily overridden.  Peter, any
idea why not?

                        regards, tom lane

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