Bug#305736: sgml-data: non-standard XML ISO entity file names
Since my debiandoc-sgml depends on this package and this has been
orphaned, I decided to take over and updated package in modern style.
As for this bug, http://bugs.debian.org/305736
in message #20:
Michael Smith <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> I guess it doesn't hurt, as long as the filenames of the *.ent
> files are consistent between the dbcentx.mod file and the filenames
> in /usr/share/xml/entities/xml-iso-entities-8879.1986/
> So I think maybe sgml-data needs to be updated so that
> /usr/share/xml/entities/xml-iso-entities-8879.1986/ includes the
> filenames like "isoamsa.ent". They can just be made symlinks to,
> e.g., "ISOamsa.ent".
I agree. I'll redirect this bug to sgml-data. I wonder why I was
using the upper cased versions in the first place.
As I see the content of the catalog/catalog.xml file in xml side,
<!-- derived from V0.3, see http://www.oasis-open.org/committees/docbook/xmlcharent/
Note: file names changed to comply with LSB SGML/XML Recommendations, R006
So this seems to have some reason and the above link is dead link.
Can anyone elucidate me.
There are only 2 bugs on this package and both seems to be the same