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Re: [SWISH-E:359] How to ignore <!DOCTYPE ...>?

From: Roy Tennant <rtennant(at)>
Date: Tue Jul 14 1998 - 23:26:39 GMT
The 1.2 version of SWISH-Enhanced (due out as soon as I can get the
documentation together), enables a configuration switch that can ignore
the contents of "comments", which would include DOCTYPE declarations. 

On Mon, 13 Jul 1998, Robert Rothenberg wrote:

> Is there any way to tell SWISH-E to ignore the <!DOCTYPE > declaration of HTML (and 
> SGML/XML) files? It's particularly irritating to find out that the word "PUBLIC" is too 
> common to be indexed because it occurs in the declaration.
> For that matter, it'd be a good idea to have an option to ignore SGML functions such as 
> <!CDATA>, <!IGNORE>, etc. if there is not already an option to do so.
> Thanks,
> Rob
Received on Tue Jul 14 16:33:49 1998