Re: Bug#139058: RFP: w3-dtd-xhtml -- XHTML 1.1: Module-based Extensible HyperText Markup Language 1.1 DTD
* Mark Johnson <email@example.com> [2002-03-19 16:37]:
> I believe the xhtml stuff is part of sgml-data. (Look in
Adam Di Carlo doesn't think so: (quoting from Bug #89217)
"[...] It used to be included in
sgml-data, but the maintainer (myself) felt that such packages should
be included separately. XHTML 1.1 was dropped from sgml-data as of
> I never use these, so I may be wrong, but it looks like the xhtml
> version included with current sgml-data is 1.0 and not the modular
> version 1.1. (or both)
Yep, it's 1.0.
> For the sake of consistency, then, XHTML 1.1 should probably be a part
> of sgml-data, as well. Else XHTML would have to be split from
> sgml-data, which is unlikely and, in any event, would be up to Adam
Well, I think it would be sensible to provide a w3-dtd-xhtml containing
all (1.0 and 1.1, that is) XHTML versions. But that split would be up to
Adam Di Carlo and the packager, as you noted.
> Seems like this should instead be a bug against sgml-data, and not an
No, see Bug #89217
> BTW, the docs for xhtml1.1 are in the doc-html-w3 package.
Yes, I know. doc-html-w3 2001.10-1 incorrectly closed #89217.
I wanted to reopen it but couldn't do so, because the bug was resolved
for more than 28 days.
So I basicly refiled this bug.