Developing SGML DTDs: From Text to Model to Markup
Document Type Definition (DTD) specifications form the foundation for every document based on the SGML language -- therefore DTD quality is too important to be left to chance. This helpful guide shows how to develop DTDs that work, based a proven methodology and techniques. Explains how DTD development benefits from the same rigorous treatment as software development: Articulate project goals, analyze requirements, write specifications, design and implement readable and maintainable code using good programming style, perform thorough testing, and document the work along the way. For writers, editors, and other subject matter experts; software developers and other DTD implementors; and publishing managers.
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Introduction and Overview
Introduction to DTD Development
DTD Project Management
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acute accent ATTLIST attribute value capacity set CDATA IMPLIED cedilla character set circumflex accent components contain content model Cyrillic declared value defined delimiters design team dieresis DOCTYPE docu document hierarchy document instance document type declaration document type definition double acute accent DTD development DTD implementor element declarations end-tag entity declarations entity references example Figure formatting grave accent Greek HyTime information pool ingredient ISO1at2 capital ISO1at2 small ISOamsr ISOcyrl capital ISOcyrl small ISOgrkl small ISOlatl ISOnum ISOpub ISOtech Keyword indicating marked section markup declarations markup model maximum length maximum number ment metainformation Name Set Description notation number of characters ogonek optional parameter entity parser processing public identifier PUBLIC ISO public text public-id recipe reference DTD SGML declaration SGML document SGML markup SGML-aware SGMLREF specification start-tag string structure SUBDOC subset Symbol Name Set Table tion tree diagrams umlaut mark users