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:- use_module(library(sgml)).(can be autoloaded)
dtdusing the call:
..., absolute_file_name(dtd(Type), [ extensions([dtd]), access(read) ], DtdFile), ...
Note that DTD objects may be modified while processing errornous
documents. For example, loading an SGML document starting with
<?xml ...?> switches the DTD to XML mode and
encountering unknown elements adds these elements to the DTD object.
Re-using a DTD object to parse multiple documents should be restricted
to situations where the documents processed are known to be error-free.
html is handled seperately. The Prolog flag
html_dialect specifies the default html dialect, which is
that HTML5 has no DTD. The loaded DTD is an informal DTD that includes
most of the HTML5 extensions (http://www.cs.tut.fi/~jkorpela/html5-dtd.html).
In addition, the parser sets the
dialect flag of the DTD
object. This is used by the parser to accept HTML extensions.
Next, the corresponding DTD is loaded.