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RE: What happened to <varname>?

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Bill Brooks [mailto:wbrooks@lug.ee.calpoly.edu]
> Sent: Sunday, June 11, 2000 5:28 PM
> To: ldp-docbook@lists.debian.org
> Subject: What happened to <varname>?
> Hi,
> In a simple section of markup, I have the following:
> <para>The student status is determined by examining the 
> status field in
> the database feed, which is of type 
> <varname>person_student</varname> for
> all students.  Non-students appear as type
> <varname>person_faculty</varname> or 
> <varname>person_staff</varname> in
> the feed.</para>
> here's what I get from jade (I'm running the cygnus tools/set 
> of .rpm's,
> using jade 1.2.1):
>   jade -t tex -d 
> /usr/lib/sgml/stylesheets/cygnus-both.dsl#print -o `echo
>   soap.sgml | sed 's/\.sgml//'`.tex  soap.sgml
>   jade:chap01.sgml:255:35:E: element "VARNAME" undefined
>   jade:chap01.sgml:257:18:E: element "VARNAME" undefined
>   jade:chap01.sgml:258:18:E: element "VARNAME" undefined
> what gives? This tag is clearly documented in the Walsh and 
> Muellner text
> as part of the 3.1 DTD. 

What does your SGML declaration look like.  For DocBook 3.1, it should be 
<!DOCTYPE book PUBLIC "-//OASIS//DTD DocBook V3.1//EN">
Assuming that that is correct, does nsgmls -o give any errors on validating
that document?  Unfortunately, I haven't finished installing all of the
needed tools on Win32, so I can't check what my tools say.  However,
according to the DTD, that is certainly allowed.  

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