- Downloading DocBook Documentation
- Writing DocBook in Xcode
- Validating DocBook XMLs
- Generating PDF from DocBook XMLs
To download MacPorts, go to: http://macports.org/
To install XMLLINT categories, use this Terminal command:
sudo port install docbook-xml xmlcatmgr
To validate a DocBook XML, place these commands (as demonstrated in the video) into an executable file and run by passing the name of the file to validate as an argument:
fileToValidate="$1" export SGML_CATALOG_FILES=/opt/local/etc/xml/catalog xmllint --valid --noout --catalogs $fileToValidate
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