ldml dtd location

From: Theo Veenker (Theo.Veenker@let.uu.nl)
Date: Wed Sep 21 2005 - 08:07:40 CDT

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    I like to make a request regarding the LDML doctype declaration.
    (BTW, is the unicode discussion list the appropriate place for CLDR/LDML

    The current doctype declaration of an LDML file is:
    <!DOCTYPE ldml SYSTEM "http://www.unicode.org/cldr/dtd/1.3/ldml.dtd">

    In my setup I just want use a locally installed copy of the DTD. So
    my request would be to use a public identifier for the official
    'location' (to be known by the app) and a relative system identifier
    which one can use to find the DTD relative to the referring LDML file.
    Something like this:
    <!DOCTYPE ldml PUBLIC "-//Unicode Consortium//DTD Common Locale Data
    Repository//EN" "../../dtd/ldml.dtd">

    Are there any reasons why this cannot or shouldn't be done?


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