New book validation procedure?

Randy McMurchy randy at linuxfromscratch.org
Sat Jul 7 07:42:34 PDT 2007


M.Canales.es wrote these words on 07/07/07 09:30 CST:
> El Sábado, 7 de Julio de 2007 16:18, Randy McMurchy escribió:
> 
>> What I'd like is to not have to validate every time the book is
>> rendered. I trust the editors to do their job and validate before
>> committing changes. There should be no need to validate, so please
>> let me know how to render without validation.
> 
> By default, xsltrproc do the validation, but don't output the same info that 
> xmllint. 
> 
> Thus now you have the xmllint output when parsing index.xml while resolving 
> Xincludes and entities with no performance lost, and without the need to do a 
> separate validation process.  

I realize you're trying to be helpful, but you didn't answer my
question.

How do I render without doing some sort of validation process first?

Or am I just completely lost here?

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Randy

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