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found and fixed 2 problems in the internal subset scanning code affec…

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* parser.c: found and fixed 2 problems in the internal subset scanning
  code affecting the push parser (and the reader), fixes #165126
* test/intsubset2.xml result//intsubset2.xml*: added the test case
  to the regression tests.
Daniel
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7 ChangeLog
@@ -1,3 +1,10 @@
+Tue Jan 25 22:39:33 CET 2005 Daniel Veillard <daniel@veillard.com>
+
+ * parser.c: found and fixed 2 problems in the internal subset scanning
+ code affecting the push parser (and the reader), fixes #165126
+ * test/intsubset2.xml result//intsubset2.xml*: added the test case
+ to the regression tests.
+
Tue Jan 25 01:20:11 CET 2005 Daniel Veillard <daniel@veillard.com>
* testdso.c xmlregexp.c: warning patches from Peter Breitenlohner
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34 parser.c
@@ -9861,8 +9861,12 @@ xmlParseTryOrFinish(xmlParserCtxtPtr ctxt, int terminate) {
break;
}
}
- if (!found)
- break;
+ if (!found) {
+#if 0
+ fprintf(stderr, "unfinished comment\n");
+#endif
+ break; /* for */
+ }
continue;
}
}
@@ -9875,6 +9879,10 @@ xmlParseTryOrFinish(xmlParserCtxtPtr ctxt, int terminate) {
continue;
}
if (buf[base] == ']') {
+#if 0
+ fprintf(stderr, "%c%c%c%c: ", buf[base],
+ buf[base + 1], buf[base + 2], buf[base + 3]);
+#endif
if ((unsigned int) base +1 >=
ctxt->input->buf->buffer->use)
break;
@@ -9883,20 +9891,34 @@ xmlParseTryOrFinish(xmlParserCtxtPtr ctxt, int terminate) {
base++;
continue;
}
- for (i = 0;
+ for (i = 1;
(unsigned int) base + i < ctxt->input->buf->buffer->use;
i++) {
- if (buf[base + i] == '>')
+ if (buf[base + i] == '>') {
+#if 0
+ fprintf(stderr, "found\n");
+#endif
goto found_end_int_subset;
+ }
+ if (!IS_BLANK_CH(buf[base + i])) {
+#if 0
+ fprintf(stderr, "not found\n");
+#endif
+ goto not_end_of_int_subset;
+ }
}
+#if 0
+ fprintf(stderr, "end of stream\n");
+#endif
break;
+
}
+not_end_of_int_subset:
+ continue; /* for */
}
/*
* We didn't found the end of the Internal subset
*/
- if (quote == 0)
- ctxt->checkIndex = base;
#ifdef DEBUG_PUSH
if (next == 0)
xmlGenericError(xmlGenericErrorContext,
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250 result/intsubset2.xml
@@ -0,0 +1,250 @@
+<?xml version="1.0"?>
+<!DOCTYPE kanjidic2 [
+<!-- Version 1.3
+ This is the DTD of the XML-format kanji file combining information from
+ the KANJIDIC and KANJD212 files. It is intended to be largely self-
+ documenting, with each field being accompanied by an explanatory
+ comment.
+
+ The file covers the following kanji:
+ (a) the 6,355 kanji from JIS X 0208;
+ (b) the 5,801 kanji from JIS X 0212;
+ (c) the 3,625 kanji from JIS X 0213 as follows:
+ (i) the 2,741 kanji which are also in JIS X 0212 have
+ JIS X 0213 code-points (kuten) added to the existing entry;
+ (ii) the 884 "new" kanji have new entries.
+
+ At the end of the explanation for a number of fields there is a tag
+ with the format [N]. This indicates the leading letter(s) of the
+ equivalent field in the KANJIDIC and KANJD212 files.
+
+ The KANJIDIC documentation should also be read for additional
+ information about the information in the file.
+ --><!ELEMENT kanjidic2 (header , character*)>
+<!ELEMENT header (file_version , database_version , date_of_creation)>
+<!--
+ The single header element will contain identification information
+ about the version of the file
+ --><!ELEMENT file_version (#PCDATA)>
+<!--
+ This field denotes the version of kanjidic2 structure, as more
+ than one version may exist.
+ --><!ELEMENT database_version (#PCDATA)>
+<!--
+ The version of the file, in the format YYYY-NN, where NN will be
+ a number starting with 01 for the first version released in a
+ calendar year, then increasing for each version in that year.
+ --><!ELEMENT date_of_creation (#PCDATA)>
+<!--
+ The date the file was created in international format (YYYY-MM-DD).
+ --><!ELEMENT character (literal , codepoint , radical , misc , dic_number? , query_code? , reading_meaning? , nanori?)*>
+<!ELEMENT literal (#PCDATA)>
+<!--
+ The character itself in UTF8 coding.
+ --><!ELEMENT codepoint (cp_value)+>
+<!--
+ The codepoint element states the code of the character in the various
+ character set standards.
+ --><!ELEMENT cp_value (#PCDATA)>
+<!--
+ The cp_value contains the codepoint of the character in a particular
+ standard. The standard will be identified in the cp_type attribute.
+ --><!ATTLIST cp_value cp_type CDATA #REQUIRED>
+<!--
+ The cp_type attribute states the coding standard applying to the
+ element. The values assigned so far are:
+ jis208 - JIS X 0208-1997 - kuten coding (nn-nn)
+ jis212 - JIS X 0212-1990 - kuten coding (nn-nn)
+ jis213 - JIS X 0213-2000 - kuten coding (p-nn-nn)
+ ucs - Unicode 4.0 - hex coding (4 or 5 hexadecimal digits)
+ --><!ELEMENT radical (rad_value)+>
+<!ELEMENT rad_value (#PCDATA)>
+<!--
+ The radical number, in the range 1 to 214. The particular
+ classification type is stated in the rad_type attribute.
+ --><!ATTLIST rad_value rad_type CDATA #REQUIRED>
+<!--
+ The rad_type attribute states the type of radical classification.
+ classical - as recorded in the KangXi Zidian.
+ nelson - as used in the Nelson "Modern Japanese-English
+ Character Dictionary" (i.e. the Classic, not the New Nelson).
+ This will only be used where Nelson reclassified the kanji.
+ --><!ELEMENT misc (grade? , stroke_count+ , variant* , freq* , rad_name*)>
+<!ELEMENT grade (#PCDATA)>
+<!--
+ The Jouyou Kanji grade level. 1 through 6 indicate the grade in which
+ the kanji is taught in Japanese schools. 8 indicates it is one of the
+ remaining Jouyou Kanji to be learned in junior high school, and 9
+ indicates it is a Jinmeiyou (for use in names) kanji. [G]
+ --><!ELEMENT stroke_count (#PCDATA)>
+<!--
+ The stroke count of the kanji, including the radical. If more than
+ one, the first is considered the accepted count, while subsequent ones
+ are common miscounts. (See Appendix E. of the KANJIDIC documentation
+ for some of the rules applied when counting strokes in some of the
+ radicals.) [S]
+ --><!ELEMENT variant (#PCDATA)>
+<!--
+ A cross-reference code to another kanji, usually regarded as a variant.
+ The type of cross-reference is given in the var_type attribute.
+ --><!ATTLIST variant var_type CDATA #REQUIRED>
+<!--
+ The var_type attribute indicates the type of variant code. The current
+ values are:
+ jis208 - in JIS X 0208 - kuten coding
+ jis212 - in JIS X 0212 - kuten coding
+ jis213 - in JIS X 0213 - kuten coding
+ deroo - De Roo number - numeric
+ njecd - Halpern NJECD index number - numeric
+ s_h - The Kanji Dictionary (Spahn & Hadamitzky) - descriptor
+ nelson - "Classic" Nelson - numeric
+ oneill - Japanese Names (O'Neill) - numeric
+ --><!ELEMENT freq (#PCDATA)>
+<!--
+ A frequency-of-use ranking. The 2,500 most-used characters have a
+ ranking; those characters that lack this field are not ranked. The
+ frequency is a number from 1 to 2,500 that expresses the relative
+ frequency of occurrence of a character in modern Japanese. This is
+ based on a survey in newspapers, so it is biassed towards kanji
+ used in newspaper articles. The discrimination between the less
+ frequently used kanji is not strong.
+ --><!ELEMENT rad_name (#PCDATA)>
+<!--
+ When the kanji is itself a radical and has a name, this element
+ contains the name (in hiragana.) [T2]
+ --><!ELEMENT dic_number (dic_ref)+>
+<!--
+ This element contains the index numbers and similar unstructured
+ information such as page numbers in a number of published dictionaries,
+ and instructional books on kanji.
+ --><!ELEMENT dic_ref (#PCDATA)>
+<!--
+ Each dic_ref contains an index number. The particular dictionary,
+ etc. is defined by the dr_type attribute.
+ --><!ATTLIST dic_ref dr_type CDATA #REQUIRED>
+<!--
+ The dr_type defines the dictionary or reference book, etc. to which
+ dic_ref element applies. The initial allocation is:
+ nelson_c - "Modern Reader's Japanese-English Character Dictionary",
+ edited by Andrew Nelson (now published as the "Classic"
+ Nelson).
+ nelson_n - "The New Nelson Japanese-English Character Dictionary",
+ edited by John Haig.
+ halpern_njecd - "New Japanese-English Character Dictionary",
+ edited by Jack Halpern.
+ halpern_kkld - "Kanji Learners Dictionary" (Kodansha) edited by
+ Jack Halpern.
+ heisig - "Remembering The Kanji" by James Heisig.
+ gakken - "A New Dictionary of Kanji Usage" (Gakken)
+ oneill_names - "Japanese Names", by P.G. O'Neill.
+ oneill_kk - "Essential Kanji" by P.G. O'Neill.
+ moro - "Daikanwajiten" compiled by Morohashi. For some kanji two
+ additional attributes are used: m_vol: the volume of the
+ dictionary in which the kanji is found, and m_page: the page
+ number in the volume.
+ henshall - "A Guide To Remembering Japanese Characters" by
+ Kenneth G. Henshall.
+ sh_kk - "Kanji and Kana" by Spahn and Hadamitzky.
+ sakade - "A Guide To Reading and Writing Japanese" edited by
+ Florence Sakade.
+ henshall3 - "A Guide To Reading and Writing Japanese" 3rd
+ edition, edited by Henshall, Seeley and De Groot.
+ tutt_cards - Tuttle Kanji Cards, compiled by Alexander Kask.
+ crowley - "The Kanji Way to Japanese Language Power" by
+ Dale Crowley.
+ kanji_in_context - "Kanji in Context" by Nishiguchi and Kono.
+ busy_people - "Japanese For Busy People" vols I-III, published
+ by the AJLT. The codes are the volume.chapter.
+ kodansha_compact - the "Kodansha Compact Kanji Guide".
+ --><!ATTLIST dic_ref m_vol CDATA #IMPLIED>
+<!--
+ See above under "moro".
+ --><!ATTLIST dic_ref m_page CDATA #IMPLIED>
+<!--
+ See above under "moro".
+ --><!ELEMENT query_code (q_code)+>
+<!--
+ These codes contain information relating to the glyph, and can be used
+ for finding a required kanji. The type of code is defined by the
+ qc_type attribute.
+ --><!ELEMENT q_code (#PCDATA)>
+<!--
+ The q_code contains the actual query-code value, according to the
+ qc_type attribute.
+ --><!ATTLIST q_code qc_type CDATA #REQUIRED>
+<!--
+ The q_code attribute defines the type of query code. The current values
+ are:
+ skip - Halpern's SKIP (System of Kanji Indexing by Patterns)
+ code. The format is n-nn-nn. See the KANJIDIC documentation
+ for a description of the code and restrictions on the
+ commercial use of this data. [P]
+
+ sh_desc - the descriptor codes for The Kanji Dictionary (Tuttle
+ 1996) by Spahn and Hadamitzky. They are in the form nxnn.n,
+ e.g. 3k11.2, where the kanji has 3 strokes in the
+ identifying radical, it is radical "k" in the SH
+ classification system, there are 11 other strokes, and it is
+ the 2nd kanji in the 3k11 sequence. (I am very grateful to
+ Mark Spahn for providing the list of these descriptor codes
+ for the kanji in this file.) [I]
+ four_corner - the "Four Corner" code for the kanji. This is a code
+ invented by Wang Chen in 1928. See the KANJIDIC documentation
+ for an overview of the Four Corner System. [Q]
+
+ deroo - the codes developed by the late Father Joseph De Roo, and
+ published in his book "2001 Kanji" (Bojinsha). Fr De Roo
+ gave his permission for these codes to be included. [DR]
+ misclass - a possible misclassification of the kanji according
+ to one of the code types. (See the "Z" codes in the KANJIDIC
+ documentation for more details.)
+
+ --><!ELEMENT reading_meaning (rmgroup* , nanori*)>
+<!--
+ The readings for the kanji in several languages, and the meanings, also
+ in several languages. The readings and meanings are grouped to enable
+ the handling of the situation where the meaning is differentiated by
+ reading. [T1]
+ --><!ELEMENT nanori (#PCDATA)>
+<!--
+ Japanese readings that are now only associated with names.
+ --><!ELEMENT rmgroup (reading* , meaning*)>
+<!ELEMENT reading (#PCDATA)>
+<!--
+ The reading element contains the reading or pronunciation
+ of the kanji.
+ --><!ATTLIST reading r_type CDATA #REQUIRED>
+<!--
+ The r_type attribute defines the type of reading in the reading
+ element. The current values are:
+ pinyin - the modern PinYin romanization of the Chinese reading
+ of the kanji. The tones are represented by a concluding
+ digit. [Y]
+ korean_r - the romanized form of the Korean reading(s) of the
+ kanji. The readings are in the (Republic of Korea) Ministry
+ of Education style of romanization. [W]
+ korean_h - the Korean reading(s) of the kanji in hangul.
+ ja_on - the "on" Japanese reading of the kanji, in katakana. A
+ second attribute r_status, if present, will indicate with
+ a value of "jy" whether the reading is approved for a
+ "Jouyou kanji".
+ ja_kun - the "kun" Japanese reading of the kanji, in hiragana.
+ Where relevant the okurigana is also included separated by a
+ ".". Readings associated with prefixes and suffixes are
+ marked with a "-". A second attribute r_status, if present,
+ will indicate with a value of "jy" whether the reading is
+ approved for a "Jouyou kanji".
+ --><!ATTLIST reading r_status CDATA #IMPLIED>
+<!--
+ See under ja_on and ja_kun above.
+ --><!ELEMENT meaning (#PCDATA)>
+<!--
+ The meaning associated with the kanji.
+ --><!ATTLIST meaning m_lang CDATA #IMPLIED>
+<!--
+ The m_lang attribute defines the target language of the meaning. It
+ will be coded using the two-letter language code from the ISO 639
+ standard. When absent, the value "en" (i.e. English) is implied. [{}]
+ -->]>
+<kanjidic2>
+</kanjidic2>
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5 result/intsubset2.xml.rde
@@ -0,0 +1,5 @@
+0 10 kanjidic2 0 0
+0 1 kanjidic2 0 0
+1 14 #text 0 1
+
+0 15 kanjidic2 0 0
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5 result/intsubset2.xml.rdr
@@ -0,0 +1,5 @@
+0 10 kanjidic2 0 0
+0 1 kanjidic2 0 0
+1 14 #text 0 1
+
+0 15 kanjidic2 0 0
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286 result/intsubset2.xml.sax
@@ -0,0 +1,286 @@
+SAX.setDocumentLocator()
+SAX.startDocument()
+SAX.internalSubset(kanjidic2, , )
+SAX.comment( Version 1.3
+ This is the DTD of the XML-format kanji file combining information from
+ the KANJIDIC and KANJD212 files. It is intended to be largely self-
+ documenting, with each field being accompanied by an explanatory
+ comment.
+
+ The file covers the following kanji:
+ (a) the 6,355 kanji from JIS X 0208;
+ (b) the 5,801 kanji from JIS X 0212;
+ (c) the 3,625 kanji from JIS X 0213 as follows:
+ (i) the 2,741 kanji which are also in JIS X 0212 have
+ JIS X 0213 code-points (kuten) added to the existing entry;
+ (ii) the 884 "new" kanji have new entries.
+
+ At the end of the explanation for a number of fields there is a tag
+ with the format [N]. This indicates the leading letter(s) of the
+ equivalent field in the KANJIDIC and KANJD212 files.
+
+ The KANJIDIC documentation should also be read for additional
+ information about the information in the file.
+ )
+SAX.elementDecl(kanjidic2, 4, ...)
+SAX.elementDecl(header, 4, ...)
+SAX.comment(
+ The single header element will contain identification information
+ about the version of the file
+ )
+SAX.elementDecl(file_version, 3, ...)
+SAX.comment(
+ This field denotes the version of kanjidic2 structure, as more
+ than one version may exist.
+ )
+SAX.elementDecl(database_version, 3, ...)
+SAX.comment(
+ The version of the file, in the format YYYY-NN, where NN will be
+ a number starting with 01 for the first version released in a
+ calendar year, then increasing for each version in that year.
+ )
+SAX.elementDecl(date_of_creation, 3, ...)
+SAX.comment(
+ The date the file was created in international format (YYYY-MM-DD).
+ )
+SAX.elementDecl(character, 4, ...)
+SAX.elementDecl(literal, 3, ...)
+SAX.comment(
+ The character itself in UTF8 coding.
+ )
+SAX.elementDecl(codepoint, 4, ...)
+SAX.comment(
+ The codepoint element states the code of the character in the various
+ character set standards.
+ )
+SAX.elementDecl(cp_value, 3, ...)
+SAX.comment(
+ The cp_value contains the codepoint of the character in a particular
+ standard. The standard will be identified in the cp_type attribute.
+ )
+SAX.attributeDecl(cp_value, cp_type, 1, 2, NULL, ...)
+SAX.comment(
+ The cp_type attribute states the coding standard applying to the
+ element. The values assigned so far are:
+ jis208 - JIS X 0208-1997 - kuten coding (nn-nn)
+ jis212 - JIS X 0212-1990 - kuten coding (nn-nn)
+ jis213 - JIS X 0213-2000 - kuten coding (p-nn-nn)
+ ucs - Unicode 4.0 - hex coding (4 or 5 hexadecimal digits)
+ )
+SAX.elementDecl(radical, 4, ...)
+SAX.elementDecl(rad_value, 3, ...)
+SAX.comment(
+ The radical number, in the range 1 to 214. The particular
+ classification type is stated in the rad_type attribute.
+ )
+SAX.attributeDecl(rad_value, rad_type, 1, 2, NULL, ...)
+SAX.comment(
+ The rad_type attribute states the type of radical classification.
+ classical - as recorded in the KangXi Zidian.
+ nelson - as used in the Nelson "Modern Japanese-English
+ Character Dictionary" (i.e. the Classic, not the New Nelson).
+ This will only be used where Nelson reclassified the kanji.
+ )
+SAX.elementDecl(misc, 4, ...)
+SAX.elementDecl(grade, 3, ...)
+SAX.comment(
+ The Jouyou Kanji grade level. 1 through 6 indicate the grade in which
+ the kanji is taught in Japanese schools. 8 indicates it is one of the
+ remaining Jouyou Kanji to be learned in junior high school, and 9
+ indicates it is a Jinmeiyou (for use in names) kanji. [G]
+ )
+SAX.elementDecl(stroke_count, 3, ...)
+SAX.comment(
+ The stroke count of the kanji, including the radical. If more than
+ one, the first is considered the accepted count, while subsequent ones
+ are common miscounts. (See Appendix E. of the KANJIDIC documentation
+ for some of the rules applied when counting strokes in some of the
+ radicals.) [S]
+ )
+SAX.elementDecl(variant, 3, ...)
+SAX.comment(
+ A cross-reference code to another kanji, usually regarded as a variant.
+ The type of cross-reference is given in the var_type attribute.
+ )
+SAX.attributeDecl(variant, var_type, 1, 2, NULL, ...)
+SAX.comment(
+ The var_type attribute indicates the type of variant code. The current
+ values are:
+ jis208 - in JIS X 0208 - kuten coding
+ jis212 - in JIS X 0212 - kuten coding
+ jis213 - in JIS X 0213 - kuten coding
+ deroo - De Roo number - numeric
+ njecd - Halpern NJECD index number - numeric
+ s_h - The Kanji Dictionary (Spahn & Hadamitzky) - descriptor
+ nelson - "Classic" Nelson - numeric
+ oneill - Japanese Names (O'Neill) - numeric
+ )
+SAX.elementDecl(freq, 3, ...)
+SAX.comment(
+ A frequency-of-use ranking. The 2,500 most-used characters have a
+ ranking; those characters that lack this field are not ranked. The
+ frequency is a number from 1 to 2,500 that expresses the relative
+ frequency of occurrence of a character in modern Japanese. This is
+ based on a survey in newspapers, so it is biassed towards kanji
+ used in newspaper articles. The discrimination between the less
+ frequently used kanji is not strong.
+ )
+SAX.elementDecl(rad_name, 3, ...)
+SAX.comment(
+ When the kanji is itself a radical and has a name, this element
+ contains the name (in hiragana.) [T2]
+ )
+SAX.elementDecl(dic_number, 4, ...)
+SAX.comment(
+ This element contains the index numbers and similar unstructured
+ information such as page numbers in a number of published dictionaries,
+ and instructional books on kanji.
+ )
+SAX.elementDecl(dic_ref, 3, ...)
+SAX.comment(
+ Each dic_ref contains an index number. The particular dictionary,
+ etc. is defined by the dr_type attribute.
+ )
+SAX.attributeDecl(dic_ref, dr_type, 1, 2, NULL, ...)
+SAX.comment(
+ The dr_type defines the dictionary or reference book, etc. to which
+ dic_ref element applies. The initial allocation is:
+ nelson_c - "Modern Reader's Japanese-English Character Dictionary",
+ edited by Andrew Nelson (now published as the "Classic"
+ Nelson).
+ nelson_n - "The New Nelson Japanese-English Character Dictionary",
+ edited by John Haig.
+ halpern_njecd - "New Japanese-English Character Dictionary",
+ edited by Jack Halpern.
+ halpern_kkld - "Kanji Learners Dictionary" (Kodansha) edited by
+ Jack Halpern.
+ heisig - "Remembering The Kanji" by James Heisig.
+ gakken - "A New Dictionary of Kanji Usage" (Gakken)
+ oneill_names - "Japanese Names", by P.G. O'Neill.
+ oneill_kk - "Essential Kanji" by P.G. O'Neill.
+ moro - "Daikanwajiten" compiled by Morohashi. For some kanji two
+ additional attributes are used: m_vol: the volume of the
+ dictionary in which the kanji is found, and m_page: the page
+ number in the volume.
+ henshall - "A Guide To Remembering Japanese Characters" by
+ Kenneth G. Henshall.
+ sh_kk - "Kanji and Kana" by Spahn and Hadamitzky.
+ sakade - "A Guide To Reading and Writing Japanese" edited by
+ Florence Sakade.
+ henshall3 - "A Guide To Reading and Writing Japanese" 3rd
+ edition, edited by Henshall, Seeley and De Groot.
+ tutt_cards - Tuttle Kanji Cards, compiled by Alexander Kask.
+ crowley - "The Kanji Way to Japanese Language Power" by
+ Dale Crowley.
+ kanji_in_context - "Kanji in Context" by Nishiguchi and Kono.
+ busy_people - "Japanese For Busy People" vols I-III, published
+ by the AJLT. The codes are the volume.chapter.
+ kodansha_compact - the "Kodansha Compact Kanji Guide".
+ )
+SAX.attributeDecl(dic_ref, m_vol, 1, 3, NULL, ...)
+SAX.comment(
+ See above under "moro".
+ )
+SAX.attributeDecl(dic_ref, m_page, 1, 3, NULL, ...)
+SAX.comment(
+ See above under "moro".
+ )
+SAX.elementDecl(query_code, 4, ...)
+SAX.comment(
+ These codes contain information relating to the glyph, and can be used
+ for finding a required kanji. The type of code is defined by the
+ qc_type attribute.
+ )
+SAX.elementDecl(q_code, 3, ...)
+SAX.comment(
+ The q_code contains the actual query-code value, according to the
+ qc_type attribute.
+ )
+SAX.attributeDecl(q_code, qc_type, 1, 2, NULL, ...)
+SAX.comment(
+ The q_code attribute defines the type of query code. The current values
+ are:
+ skip - Halpern's SKIP (System of Kanji Indexing by Patterns)
+ code. The format is n-nn-nn. See the KANJIDIC documentation
+ for a description of the code and restrictions on the
+ commercial use of this data. [P]
+
+ sh_desc - the descriptor codes for The Kanji Dictionary (Tuttle
+ 1996) by Spahn and Hadamitzky. They are in the form nxnn.n,
+ e.g. 3k11.2, where the kanji has 3 strokes in the
+ identifying radical, it is radical "k" in the SH
+ classification system, there are 11 other strokes, and it is
+ the 2nd kanji in the 3k11 sequence. (I am very grateful to
+ Mark Spahn for providing the list of these descriptor codes
+ for the kanji in this file.) [I]
+ four_corner - the "Four Corner" code for the kanji. This is a code
+ invented by Wang Chen in 1928. See the KANJIDIC documentation
+ for an overview of the Four Corner System. [Q]
+
+ deroo - the codes developed by the late Father Joseph De Roo, and
+ published in his book "2001 Kanji" (Bojinsha). Fr De Roo
+ gave his permission for these codes to be included. [DR]
+ misclass - a possible misclassification of the kanji according
+ to one of the code types. (See the "Z" codes in the KANJIDIC
+ documentation for more details.)
+
+ )
+SAX.elementDecl(reading_meaning, 4, ...)
+SAX.comment(
+ The readings for the kanji in several languages, and the meanings, also
+ in several languages. The readings and meanings are grouped to enable
+ the handling of the situation where the meaning is differentiated by
+ reading. [T1]
+ )
+SAX.elementDecl(nanori, 3, ...)
+SAX.comment(
+ Japanese readings that are now only associated with names.
+ )
+SAX.elementDecl(rmgroup, 4, ...)
+SAX.elementDecl(reading, 3, ...)
+SAX.comment(
+ The reading element contains the reading or pronunciation
+ of the kanji.
+ )
+SAX.attributeDecl(reading, r_type, 1, 2, NULL, ...)
+SAX.comment(
+ The r_type attribute defines the type of reading in the reading
+ element. The current values are:
+ pinyin - the modern PinYin romanization of the Chinese reading
+ of the kanji. The tones are represented by a concluding
+ digit. [Y]
+ korean_r - the romanized form of the Korean reading(s) of the
+ kanji. The readings are in the (Republic of Korea) Ministry
+ of Education style of romanization. [W]
+ korean_h - the Korean reading(s) of the kanji in hangul.
+ ja_on - the "on" Japanese reading of the kanji, in katakana. A
+ second attribute r_status, if present, will indicate with
+ a value of "jy" whether the reading is approved for a
+ "Jouyou kanji".
+ ja_kun - the "kun" Japanese reading of the kanji, in hiragana.
+ Where relevant the okurigana is also included separated by a
+ ".". Readings associated with prefixes and suffixes are
+ marked with a "-". A second attribute r_status, if present,
+ will indicate with a value of "jy" whether the reading is
+ approved for a "Jouyou kanji".
+ )
+SAX.attributeDecl(reading, r_status, 1, 3, NULL, ...)
+SAX.comment(
+ See under ja_on and ja_kun above.
+ )
+SAX.elementDecl(meaning, 3, ...)
+SAX.comment(
+ The meaning associated with the kanji.
+ )
+SAX.attributeDecl(meaning, m_lang, 1, 3, NULL, ...)
+SAX.comment(
+ The m_lang attribute defines the target language of the meaning. It
+ will be coded using the two-letter language code from the ISO 639
+ standard. When absent, the value "en" (i.e. English) is implied. [{}]
+ )
+SAX.externalSubset(kanjidic2, , )
+SAX.startElement(kanjidic2)
+SAX.characters(
+, 1)
+SAX.endElement(kanjidic2)
+SAX.endDocument()
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+<?xml version="1.0"?>
+<!DOCTYPE kanjidic2 [
+<!-- Version 1.3
+ This is the DTD of the XML-format kanji file combining information from
+ the KANJIDIC and KANJD212 files. It is intended to be largely self-
+ documenting, with each field being accompanied by an explanatory
+ comment.
+
+ The file covers the following kanji:
+ (a) the 6,355 kanji from JIS X 0208;
+ (b) the 5,801 kanji from JIS X 0212;
+ (c) the 3,625 kanji from JIS X 0213 as follows:
+ (i) the 2,741 kanji which are also in JIS X 0212 have
+ JIS X 0213 code-points (kuten) added to the existing entry;
+ (ii) the 884 "new" kanji have new entries.
+
+ At the end of the explanation for a number of fields there is a tag
+ with the format [N]. This indicates the leading letter(s) of the
+ equivalent field in the KANJIDIC and KANJD212 files.
+
+ The KANJIDIC documentation should also be read for additional
+ information about the information in the file.
+ --><!ELEMENT kanjidic2 (header , character*)>
+<!ELEMENT header (file_version , database_version , date_of_creation)>
+<!--
+ The single header element will contain identification information
+ about the version of the file
+ --><!ELEMENT file_version (#PCDATA)>
+<!--
+ This field denotes the version of kanjidic2 structure, as more
+ than one version may exist.
+ --><!ELEMENT database_version (#PCDATA)>
+<!--
+ The version of the file, in the format YYYY-NN, where NN will be
+ a number starting with 01 for the first version released in a
+ calendar year, then increasing for each version in that year.
+ --><!ELEMENT date_of_creation (#PCDATA)>
+<!--
+ The date the file was created in international format (YYYY-MM-DD).
+ --><!ELEMENT character (literal , codepoint , radical , misc , dic_number? , query_code? , reading_meaning? , nanori?)*>
+<!ELEMENT literal (#PCDATA)>
+<!--
+ The character itself in UTF8 coding.
+ --><!ELEMENT codepoint (cp_value)+>
+<!--
+ The codepoint element states the code of the character in the various
+ character set standards.
+ --><!ELEMENT cp_value (#PCDATA)>
+<!--
+ The cp_value contains the codepoint of the character in a particular
+ standard. The standard will be identified in the cp_type attribute.
+ --><!ATTLIST cp_value cp_type CDATA #REQUIRED>
+<!--
+ The cp_type attribute states the coding standard applying to the
+ element. The values assigned so far are:
+ jis208 - JIS X 0208-1997 - kuten coding (nn-nn)
+ jis212 - JIS X 0212-1990 - kuten coding (nn-nn)
+ jis213 - JIS X 0213-2000 - kuten coding (p-nn-nn)
+ ucs - Unicode 4.0 - hex coding (4 or 5 hexadecimal digits)
+ --><!ELEMENT radical (rad_value)+>
+<!ELEMENT rad_value (#PCDATA)>
+<!--
+ The radical number, in the range 1 to 214. The particular
+ classification type is stated in the rad_type attribute.
+ --><!ATTLIST rad_value rad_type CDATA #REQUIRED>
+<!--
+ The rad_type attribute states the type of radical classification.
+ classical - as recorded in the KangXi Zidian.
+ nelson - as used in the Nelson "Modern Japanese-English
+ Character Dictionary" (i.e. the Classic, not the New Nelson).
+ This will only be used where Nelson reclassified the kanji.
+ --><!ELEMENT misc (grade? , stroke_count+ , variant* , freq* , rad_name*)>
+<!ELEMENT grade (#PCDATA)>
+<!--
+ The Jouyou Kanji grade level. 1 through 6 indicate the grade in which
+ the kanji is taught in Japanese schools. 8 indicates it is one of the
+ remaining Jouyou Kanji to be learned in junior high school, and 9
+ indicates it is a Jinmeiyou (for use in names) kanji. [G]
+ --><!ELEMENT stroke_count (#PCDATA)>
+<!--
+ The stroke count of the kanji, including the radical. If more than
+ one, the first is considered the accepted count, while subsequent ones
+ are common miscounts. (See Appendix E. of the KANJIDIC documentation
+ for some of the rules applied when counting strokes in some of the
+ radicals.) [S]
+ --><!ELEMENT variant (#PCDATA)>
+<!--
+ A cross-reference code to another kanji, usually regarded as a variant.
+ The type of cross-reference is given in the var_type attribute.
+ --><!ATTLIST variant var_type CDATA #REQUIRED>
+<!--
+ The var_type attribute indicates the type of variant code. The current
+ values are:
+ jis208 - in JIS X 0208 - kuten coding
+ jis212 - in JIS X 0212 - kuten coding
+ jis213 - in JIS X 0213 - kuten coding
+ deroo - De Roo number - numeric
+ njecd - Halpern NJECD index number - numeric
+ s_h - The Kanji Dictionary (Spahn & Hadamitzky) - descriptor
+ nelson - "Classic" Nelson - numeric
+ oneill - Japanese Names (O'Neill) - numeric
+ --><!ELEMENT freq (#PCDATA)>
+<!--
+ A frequency-of-use ranking. The 2,500 most-used characters have a
+ ranking; those characters that lack this field are not ranked. The
+ frequency is a number from 1 to 2,500 that expresses the relative
+ frequency of occurrence of a character in modern Japanese. This is
+ based on a survey in newspapers, so it is biassed towards kanji
+ used in newspaper articles. The discrimination between the less
+ frequently used kanji is not strong.
+ --><!ELEMENT rad_name (#PCDATA)>
+<!--
+ When the kanji is itself a radical and has a name, this element
+ contains the name (in hiragana.) [T2]
+ --><!ELEMENT dic_number (dic_ref)+>
+<!--
+ This element contains the index numbers and similar unstructured
+ information such as page numbers in a number of published dictionaries,
+ and instructional books on kanji.
+ --><!ELEMENT dic_ref (#PCDATA)>
+<!--
+ Each dic_ref contains an index number. The particular dictionary,
+ etc. is defined by the dr_type attribute.
+ --><!ATTLIST dic_ref dr_type CDATA #REQUIRED>
+<!--
+ The dr_type defines the dictionary or reference book, etc. to which
+ dic_ref element applies. The initial allocation is:
+ nelson_c - "Modern Reader's Japanese-English Character Dictionary",
+ edited by Andrew Nelson (now published as the "Classic"
+ Nelson).
+ nelson_n - "The New Nelson Japanese-English Character Dictionary",
+ edited by John Haig.
+ halpern_njecd - "New Japanese-English Character Dictionary",
+ edited by Jack Halpern.
+ halpern_kkld - "Kanji Learners Dictionary" (Kodansha) edited by
+ Jack Halpern.
+ heisig - "Remembering The Kanji" by James Heisig.
+ gakken - "A New Dictionary of Kanji Usage" (Gakken)
+ oneill_names - "Japanese Names", by P.G. O'Neill.
+ oneill_kk - "Essential Kanji" by P.G. O'Neill.
+ moro - "Daikanwajiten" compiled by Morohashi. For some kanji two
+ additional attributes are used: m_vol: the volume of the
+ dictionary in which the kanji is found, and m_page: the page
+ number in the volume.
+ henshall - "A Guide To Remembering Japanese Characters" by
+ Kenneth G. Henshall.
+ sh_kk - "Kanji and Kana" by Spahn and Hadamitzky.
+ sakade - "A Guide To Reading and Writing Japanese" edited by
+ Florence Sakade.
+ henshall3 - "A Guide To Reading and Writing Japanese" 3rd
+ edition, edited by Henshall, Seeley and De Groot.
+ tutt_cards - Tuttle Kanji Cards, compiled by Alexander Kask.
+ crowley - "The Kanji Way to Japanese Language Power" by
+ Dale Crowley.
+ kanji_in_context - "Kanji in Context" by Nishiguchi and Kono.
+ busy_people - "Japanese For Busy People" vols I-III, published
+ by the AJLT. The codes are the volume.chapter.
+ kodansha_compact - the "Kodansha Compact Kanji Guide".
+ --><!ATTLIST dic_ref m_vol CDATA #IMPLIED>
+<!--
+ See above under "moro".
+ --><!ATTLIST dic_ref m_page CDATA #IMPLIED>
+<!--
+ See above under "moro".
+ --><!ELEMENT query_code (q_code)+>
+<!--
+ These codes contain information relating to the glyph, and can be used
+ for finding a required kanji. The type of code is defined by the
+ qc_type attribute.
+ --><!ELEMENT q_code (#PCDATA)>
+<!--
+ The q_code contains the actual query-code value, according to the
+ qc_type attribute.
+ --><!ATTLIST q_code qc_type CDATA #REQUIRED>
+<!--
+ The q_code attribute defines the type of query code. The current values
+ are:
+ skip - Halpern's SKIP (System of Kanji Indexing by Patterns)
+ code. The format is n-nn-nn. See the KANJIDIC documentation
+ for a description of the code and restrictions on the
+ commercial use of this data. [P]
+
+ sh_desc - the descriptor codes for The Kanji Dictionary (Tuttle
+ 1996) by Spahn and Hadamitzky. They are in the form nxnn.n,
+ e.g. 3k11.2, where the kanji has 3 strokes in the
+ identifying radical, it is radical "k" in the SH
+ classification system, there are 11 other strokes, and it is
+ the 2nd kanji in the 3k11 sequence. (I am very grateful to
+ Mark Spahn for providing the list of these descriptor codes
+ for the kanji in this file.) [I]
+ four_corner - the "Four Corner" code for the kanji. This is a code
+ invented by Wang Chen in 1928. See the KANJIDIC documentation
+ for an overview of the Four Corner System. [Q]
+
+ deroo - the codes developed by the late Father Joseph De Roo, and
+ published in his book "2001 Kanji" (Bojinsha). Fr De Roo
+ gave his permission for these codes to be included. [DR]
+ misclass - a possible misclassification of the kanji according
+ to one of the code types. (See the "Z" codes in the KANJIDIC
+ documentation for more details.)
+
+ --><!ELEMENT reading_meaning (rmgroup* , nanori*)>
+<!--
+ The readings for the kanji in several languages, and the meanings, also
+ in several languages. The readings and meanings are grouped to enable
+ the handling of the situation where the meaning is differentiated by
+ reading. [T1]
+ --><!ELEMENT nanori (#PCDATA)>
+<!--
+ Japanese readings that are now only associated with names.
+ --><!ELEMENT rmgroup (reading* , meaning*)>
+<!ELEMENT reading (#PCDATA)>
+<!--
+ The reading element contains the reading or pronunciation
+ of the kanji.
+ --><!ATTLIST reading r_type CDATA #REQUIRED>
+<!--
+ The r_type attribute defines the type of reading in the reading
+ element. The current values are:
+ pinyin - the modern PinYin romanization of the Chinese reading
+ of the kanji. The tones are represented by a concluding
+ digit. [Y]
+ korean_r - the romanized form of the Korean reading(s) of the
+ kanji. The readings are in the (Republic of Korea) Ministry
+ of Education style of romanization. [W]
+ korean_h - the Korean reading(s) of the kanji in hangul.
+ ja_on - the "on" Japanese reading of the kanji, in katakana. A
+ second attribute r_status, if present, will indicate with
+ a value of "jy" whether the reading is approved for a
+ "Jouyou kanji".
+ ja_kun - the "kun" Japanese reading of the kanji, in hiragana.
+ Where relevant the okurigana is also included separated by a
+ ".". Readings associated with prefixes and suffixes are
+ marked with a "-". A second attribute r_status, if present,
+ will indicate with a value of "jy" whether the reading is
+ approved for a "Jouyou kanji".
+ --><!ATTLIST reading r_status CDATA #IMPLIED>
+<!--
+ See under ja_on and ja_kun above.
+ --><!ELEMENT meaning (#PCDATA)>
+<!--
+ The meaning associated with the kanji.
+ --><!ATTLIST meaning m_lang CDATA #IMPLIED>
+<!--
+ The m_lang attribute defines the target language of the meaning. It
+ will be coded using the two-letter language code from the ISO 639
+ standard. When absent, the value "en" (i.e. English) is implied. [{}]
+ -->]>
+<kanjidic2>
+</kanjidic2>
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+<?xml version="1.0"?>
+<!DOCTYPE kanjidic2 [
+ <!-- Version 1.3
+ This is the DTD of the XML-format kanji file combining information from
+ the KANJIDIC and KANJD212 files. It is intended to be largely self-
+ documenting, with each field being accompanied by an explanatory
+ comment.
+
+ The file covers the following kanji:
+ (a) the 6,355 kanji from JIS X 0208;
+ (b) the 5,801 kanji from JIS X 0212;
+ (c) the 3,625 kanji from JIS X 0213 as follows:
+ (i) the 2,741 kanji which are also in JIS X 0212 have
+ JIS X 0213 code-points (kuten) added to the existing entry;
+ (ii) the 884 "new" kanji have new entries.
+
+ At the end of the explanation for a number of fields there is a tag
+ with the format [N]. This indicates the leading letter(s) of the
+ equivalent field in the KANJIDIC and KANJD212 files.
+
+ The KANJIDIC documentation should also be read for additional
+ information about the information in the file.
+ -->
+<!ELEMENT kanjidic2 (header,character*)>
+<!ELEMENT header (file_version,database_version,date_of_creation)>
+<!--
+ The single header element will contain identification information
+ about the version of the file
+ -->
+<!ELEMENT file_version (#PCDATA)>
+<!--
+ This field denotes the version of kanjidic2 structure, as more
+ than one version may exist.
+ -->
+<!ELEMENT database_version (#PCDATA)>
+<!--
+ The version of the file, in the format YYYY-NN, where NN will be
+ a number starting with 01 for the first version released in a
+ calendar year, then increasing for each version in that year.
+ -->
+<!ELEMENT date_of_creation (#PCDATA)>
+<!--
+ The date the file was created in international format (YYYY-MM-DD).
+ -->
+<!ELEMENT character (literal,codepoint, radical, misc, dic_number?, query_code?, reading_meaning?,nanori?)*>
+<!ELEMENT literal (#PCDATA)>
+<!--
+ The character itself in UTF8 coding.
+ -->
+<!ELEMENT codepoint (cp_value+)>
+ <!--
+ The codepoint element states the code of the character in the various
+ character set standards.
+ -->
+<!ELEMENT cp_value (#PCDATA)>
+ <!--
+ The cp_value contains the codepoint of the character in a particular
+ standard. The standard will be identified in the cp_type attribute.
+ -->
+<!ATTLIST cp_value cp_type CDATA #REQUIRED>
+ <!--
+ The cp_type attribute states the coding standard applying to the
+ element. The values assigned so far are:
+ jis208 - JIS X 0208-1997 - kuten coding (nn-nn)
+ jis212 - JIS X 0212-1990 - kuten coding (nn-nn)
+ jis213 - JIS X 0213-2000 - kuten coding (p-nn-nn)
+ ucs - Unicode 4.0 - hex coding (4 or 5 hexadecimal digits)
+ -->
+<!ELEMENT radical (rad_value+)>
+<!ELEMENT rad_value (#PCDATA)>
+ <!--
+ The radical number, in the range 1 to 214. The particular
+ classification type is stated in the rad_type attribute.
+ -->
+<!ATTLIST rad_value rad_type CDATA #REQUIRED>
+ <!--
+ The rad_type attribute states the type of radical classification.
+ classical - as recorded in the KangXi Zidian.
+ nelson - as used in the Nelson "Modern Japanese-English
+ Character Dictionary" (i.e. the Classic, not the New Nelson).
+ This will only be used where Nelson reclassified the kanji.
+ -->
+<!ELEMENT misc (grade?, stroke_count+, variant*, freq*, rad_name*)>
+<!ELEMENT grade (#PCDATA)>
+ <!--
+ The Jouyou Kanji grade level. 1 through 6 indicate the grade in which
+ the kanji is taught in Japanese schools. 8 indicates it is one of the
+ remaining Jouyou Kanji to be learned in junior high school, and 9
+ indicates it is a Jinmeiyou (for use in names) kanji. [G]
+ -->
+<!ELEMENT stroke_count (#PCDATA)>
+ <!--
+ The stroke count of the kanji, including the radical. If more than
+ one, the first is considered the accepted count, while subsequent ones
+ are common miscounts. (See Appendix E. of the KANJIDIC documentation
+ for some of the rules applied when counting strokes in some of the
+ radicals.) [S]
+ -->
+<!ELEMENT variant (#PCDATA)>
+ <!--
+ A cross-reference code to another kanji, usually regarded as a variant.
+ The type of cross-reference is given in the var_type attribute.
+ -->
+<!ATTLIST variant var_type CDATA #REQUIRED>
+ <!--
+ The var_type attribute indicates the type of variant code. The current
+ values are:
+ jis208 - in JIS X 0208 - kuten coding
+ jis212 - in JIS X 0212 - kuten coding
+ jis213 - in JIS X 0213 - kuten coding
+ deroo - De Roo number - numeric
+ njecd - Halpern NJECD index number - numeric
+ s_h - The Kanji Dictionary (Spahn & Hadamitzky) - descriptor
+ nelson - "Classic" Nelson - numeric
+ oneill - Japanese Names (O'Neill) - numeric
+ -->
+<!ELEMENT freq (#PCDATA)>
+ <!--
+ A frequency-of-use ranking. The 2,500 most-used characters have a
+ ranking; those characters that lack this field are not ranked. The
+ frequency is a number from 1 to 2,500 that expresses the relative
+ frequency of occurrence of a character in modern Japanese. This is
+ based on a survey in newspapers, so it is biassed towards kanji
+ used in newspaper articles. The discrimination between the less
+ frequently used kanji is not strong.
+ -->
+<!ELEMENT rad_name (#PCDATA)>
+ <!--
+ When the kanji is itself a radical and has a name, this element
+ contains the name (in hiragana.) [T2]
+ -->
+<!ELEMENT dic_number (dic_ref+)>
+ <!--
+ This element contains the index numbers and similar unstructured
+ information such as page numbers in a number of published dictionaries,
+ and instructional books on kanji.
+ -->
+<!ELEMENT dic_ref (#PCDATA)>
+ <!--
+ Each dic_ref contains an index number. The particular dictionary,
+ etc. is defined by the dr_type attribute.
+ -->
+<!ATTLIST dic_ref dr_type CDATA #REQUIRED>
+ <!--
+ The dr_type defines the dictionary or reference book, etc. to which
+ dic_ref element applies. The initial allocation is:
+ nelson_c - "Modern Reader's Japanese-English Character Dictionary",
+ edited by Andrew Nelson (now published as the "Classic"
+ Nelson).
+ nelson_n - "The New Nelson Japanese-English Character Dictionary",
+ edited by John Haig.
+ halpern_njecd - "New Japanese-English Character Dictionary",
+ edited by Jack Halpern.
+ halpern_kkld - "Kanji Learners Dictionary" (Kodansha) edited by
+ Jack Halpern.
+ heisig - "Remembering The Kanji" by James Heisig.
+ gakken - "A New Dictionary of Kanji Usage" (Gakken)
+ oneill_names - "Japanese Names", by P.G. O'Neill.
+ oneill_kk - "Essential Kanji" by P.G. O'Neill.
+ moro - "Daikanwajiten" compiled by Morohashi. For some kanji two
+ additional attributes are used: m_vol: the volume of the
+ dictionary in which the kanji is found, and m_page: the page
+ number in the volume.
+ henshall - "A Guide To Remembering Japanese Characters" by
+ Kenneth G. Henshall.
+ sh_kk - "Kanji and Kana" by Spahn and Hadamitzky.
+ sakade - "A Guide To Reading and Writing Japanese" edited by
+ Florence Sakade.
+ henshall3 - "A Guide To Reading and Writing Japanese" 3rd
+ edition, edited by Henshall, Seeley and De Groot.
+ tutt_cards - Tuttle Kanji Cards, compiled by Alexander Kask.
+ crowley - "The Kanji Way to Japanese Language Power" by
+ Dale Crowley.
+ kanji_in_context - "Kanji in Context" by Nishiguchi and Kono.
+ busy_people - "Japanese For Busy People" vols I-III, published
+ by the AJLT. The codes are the volume.chapter.
+ kodansha_compact - the "Kodansha Compact Kanji Guide".
+ -->
+<!ATTLIST dic_ref m_vol CDATA #IMPLIED>
+ <!--
+ See above under "moro".
+ -->
+<!ATTLIST dic_ref m_page CDATA #IMPLIED>
+ <!--
+ See above under "moro".
+ -->
+<!ELEMENT query_code (q_code+)>
+ <!--
+ These codes contain information relating to the glyph, and can be used
+ for finding a required kanji. The type of code is defined by the
+ qc_type attribute.
+ -->
+<!ELEMENT q_code (#PCDATA)>
+ <!--
+ The q_code contains the actual query-code value, according to the
+ qc_type attribute.
+ -->
+<!ATTLIST q_code qc_type CDATA #REQUIRED>
+ <!--
+ The q_code attribute defines the type of query code. The current values
+ are:
+ skip - Halpern's SKIP (System of Kanji Indexing by Patterns)
+ code. The format is n-nn-nn. See the KANJIDIC documentation
+ for a description of the code and restrictions on the
+ commercial use of this data. [P]
+
+ sh_desc - the descriptor codes for The Kanji Dictionary (Tuttle
+ 1996) by Spahn and Hadamitzky. They are in the form nxnn.n,
+ e.g. 3k11.2, where the kanji has 3 strokes in the
+ identifying radical, it is radical "k" in the SH
+ classification system, there are 11 other strokes, and it is
+ the 2nd kanji in the 3k11 sequence. (I am very grateful to
+ Mark Spahn for providing the list of these descriptor codes
+ for the kanji in this file.) [I]
+ four_corner - the "Four Corner" code for the kanji. This is a code
+ invented by Wang Chen in 1928. See the KANJIDIC documentation
+ for an overview of the Four Corner System. [Q]
+
+ deroo - the codes developed by the late Father Joseph De Roo, and
+ published in his book "2001 Kanji" (Bojinsha). Fr De Roo
+ gave his permission for these codes to be included. [DR]
+ misclass - a possible misclassification of the kanji according
+ to one of the code types. (See the "Z" codes in the KANJIDIC
+ documentation for more details.)
+
+ -->
+<!ELEMENT reading_meaning (rmgroup*, nanori*)>
+ <!--
+ The readings for the kanji in several languages, and the meanings, also
+ in several languages. The readings and meanings are grouped to enable
+ the handling of the situation where the meaning is differentiated by
+ reading. [T1]
+ -->
+<!ELEMENT nanori (#PCDATA)>
+ <!--
+ Japanese readings that are now only associated with names.
+ -->
+<!ELEMENT rmgroup (reading*, meaning*)>
+<!ELEMENT reading (#PCDATA)>
+ <!--
+ The reading element contains the reading or pronunciation
+ of the kanji.
+ -->
+<!ATTLIST reading r_type CDATA #REQUIRED>
+ <!--
+ The r_type attribute defines the type of reading in the reading
+ element. The current values are:
+ pinyin - the modern PinYin romanization of the Chinese reading
+ of the kanji. The tones are represented by a concluding
+ digit. [Y]
+ korean_r - the romanized form of the Korean reading(s) of the
+ kanji. The readings are in the (Republic of Korea) Ministry
+ of Education style of romanization. [W]
+ korean_h - the Korean reading(s) of the kanji in hangul.
+ ja_on - the "on" Japanese reading of the kanji, in katakana. A
+ second attribute r_status, if present, will indicate with
+ a value of "jy" whether the reading is approved for a
+ "Jouyou kanji".
+ ja_kun - the "kun" Japanese reading of the kanji, in hiragana.
+ Where relevant the okurigana is also included separated by a
+ ".". Readings associated with prefixes and suffixes are
+ marked with a "-". A second attribute r_status, if present,
+ will indicate with a value of "jy" whether the reading is
+ approved for a "Jouyou kanji".
+ -->
+<!ATTLIST reading r_status CDATA #IMPLIED>
+ <!--
+ See under ja_on and ja_kun above.
+ -->
+<!ELEMENT meaning (#PCDATA)>
+ <!--
+ The meaning associated with the kanji.
+ -->
+<!ATTLIST meaning m_lang CDATA #IMPLIED>
+ <!--
+ The m_lang attribute defines the target language of the meaning. It
+ will be coded using the two-letter language code from the ISO 639
+ standard. When absent, the value "en" (i.e. English) is implied. [{}]
+ -->
+] >
+<kanjidic2>
+</kanjidic2>
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