Subject: Re: adding an xml validate target
To: None <>
From: Jan Schaumann <>
List: netbsd-docs
Date: 04/23/2006 13:28:36
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Hiroki Sato <> wrote:
>  BTW, "make lint" with the attached patch will generate a lot of
>  errors at this moment, but please be careful to correctly
>  understand what each error means.

Thanks for adding this feature.  This looks a lot like what we would
want.  So from the output I gather that our website currently does not
validate in the least bit!

If I understand this correctly, then apparently a <webpage> can not even
have <sectN>s.

<listitem>s need to contain <para>s and can not have direct content and
html attributes (for example, for img or table tags) are not accepted,

Do I read this correctly?

If so, then boyohboy do we have a lot of work ahead of us!


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