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Main Scribus DTD, Version 0.99.1

Copyright 2005, 2006 Oleksandr Moskalenko <malex@tagancha.org> and the Scribus
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This is the DTD for Scribus, the Open Document Layout Software. Its primary
use is to describe the file format of Scribus.

All elements declared by this DTD are in the http://scribus.tagancha.org/xml
namespace.

Documents adhering to this DTD should have the root element "scribus".

This DTD is identified by the following PUBLIC and SYSTEM identifiers:

    PUBLIC "-//Scribus//DTD File Format//EN"
    SYSTEM "http://scribus.tagancha.org/xml/scribus.dtd"
A local copy identifier for the SYSTEM ID is, for example:
    <!DOCTYPE scribus PUBLIC "-//Scribus//DTD File Format//EN" "scribus.dtd">

For more information see http://scribus.tagancha.org/xml/
-->

<!-- Parsed entities that are used in many declarations -->
<!-- Object origin, e.g. ltop="Left Top corner" and so on. -->
<!ENTITY % origin "(ltop | rtop | lbottom | rbottom | center) 'ltop'">
<!-- Object origin co-ordinates on the horizontal axis. Default value reflects
the default units "pt". It is a real number of a form that depends on the
unit. -->
<!ENTITY % xorigin "xorigin CDATA '40'">
<!-- Object origin co-ordinates on the vertical axis. Default value reflects
the default units "pt". It is a real number of a form that depends on the
unit. -->
<!ENTITY % yorigin "yorigin CDATA '40'">
<!-- Measurement units currently include pt (Points), px (Pixels), pica
(Picas), in (Inches, mm (Millimeters), cm (Centimeters), c (Ciceros).
Wikipedia:
    Point, in typography, may also refer to a dot grapheme (e.g.: full stop;
middle dot) as in the expression, 'decimal point'. A point is a unit of
measure in typography (Abbreviated as "pt"). There are various sorts of
points, used in particular locations and times:
  * Fournier point: the first definition of the printer's point, by Pierre
Fournier. It was 0.34882 millimetres, which was 1/12 of a cicero.
  * Didot point: the French typesetting point defined by Francois-Ambroise
Didot in the 18th century. It equals 0.37597 mm, which are 1/72 of a French
royal inch (pouce).
  * Berthold point: an attempt to create a point with a metric definition.
0.37593 mm or 1/2660 of a metre.
  * German Didot point: defined in 1954 as 0.376065 mm. This is the standard
Didot point now used in Europe (unless replaced by metric typographic units).
  * American printer's point: defined as 0.013837in or 0.35145 mm by Nelson
Hawks in 1879.
  * PostScript point or computer point (now the universal point in
computers): defined as 1/72 of an English inch or 0.35277 mm by Warnock and
Geschke, the inventors of Adobe PostScript.
  The point is the standard unit for measuring font size and leading and other
minute items on a printed page. Twelve points make up a pica, there are 72
points in an inch (The actual visible size of 1 Inch high text is around
96pt), or 6 picas in an inch, a point is 1/12 of a pica. A measurement in
picas is usually represented by placing a small p after the number of picas.
"10 picas" is thus abbreviated 10p. Likewise, points are represented by
placing the number of points after a small p, such as 0p5 for "5 points," 6p2
for "6 picas and 2 points," or 1p1 for "13 points" which is converted to a
mixed fraction of 1 pica and 1 point.
    Pixel (pix, 1932 abbreviation of pictures, coined by Variety headline
writers + element) is one of the many tiny dots that make up the
representation of a picture in a computer's memory. Each such information
element is not really a dot, nor a square, but an abstract sample. With care,
pixels in an image can be reproduced at any size without the appearance of
visible dots or squares; but in many contexts, they are reproduced as dots or
squares and can be visibly distinct when not fine enough. The intensity of
each pixel is variable; in color systems, each pixel has typically three or
four dimensions of variability such and Red, Green and Blue, or Cyan, Magenta,
Yellow and Black.
    Pica is a unit of measure traditionally used in document layout. A pica
measures 1/6 of an inch, or about 4.2333 millimeters, and is used to measure
the size of blocks of type, margins, and other macroscopic elements of page
layout. 1/12 of a pica is a point, which is the standard unit for measuring
font size and leading. There are 72 points in an inch, or 6 picas in an inch.
A measurement in picas is usually represented by placing a small letter p
after the number of picas. "10 picas" is thus abbreviated to "10p". Likewise,
points are represented by placing the number of points after a small p, such
as 0p5 for "5 points," 6p2 for "6 picas and 2 points," or 1p1 for "13 points"
which is converted to a mixed fraction of 1 pica and 1 point.
    Inch is an Imperial and U.S. customary unit of length. Sweden also briefly
had a "decimal inch" based on the metric system: see below for more. According
to some sources, the inch was originally defined informally as the distance
between the tip of the thumb and the first joint of the thumb. Another source
says that the inch was at one time defined in terms of the yard, supposedly
defined as the distance between Henry I of England's nose and his thumb. In
another version, the inch was defined as the length of three barleycorns.
There are twelve inches in a foot, and three feet in a yard. The word for
"inch" is similar to or the same as the word for "thumb" in some languages.
French: pouce inch, pouce thumb; Italian: pollice inch, pollice thumb;
Spanish: pulgada inch, pulgar thumb; Portuguese: polegada inch, polegar thumb;
Swedish: tum inch, tumme thumb; Dutch: duim inch, duim thumb; Sanskrit:
Angulam inch, Anguli Finger.
    Millimeter is 1/1000 of a meter in the Metric system.
    Centimeter is 1/100 of a meter in the Metric system.
    Cicero is a unit of measure traditionally used in document layout. The
cicero was originally part of a point-based system developed by Francois
Ambroise Didot around 1780, measuring 1 / 6 of a French inch, and was composed
of 12 points. The French inch was larger than the one used to calibrate the
pica; there are about 1.061 cicero in a pica. In 1973, the cicero was
metrically standardized at 4.5 mm.
-->
<!ENTITY % unit  "(pt | px | pica | in | mm | cm | c) 'pt'">
<!-- unit is a general concept, so we use separate elements for sizeunit and
originunit, which can be set differently by the user. -->
<!ENTITY % sizeunit "sizeunit %unit;">
<!-- unit is a general concept, so we use separate elements for sizeunit and
originunit, which can be set differently by the user. -->
<!ENTITY % originunit "originunit %unit;">
<!-- Text styles DTD. See the file "style.ent" for more information. Here we
include that file through a parameter entity "style". -->
<!ENTITY % style SYSTEM "style.ent">
%style;
<!-- Graphics notations - defines various image types we support. See the file
"notations.ent" for more information. Here we include that file through a
parameter entity "notations".-->
<!ENTITY % notations SYSTEM 'notations.ent'>
%notations;
<!-- Namespaces defines various public namespaces we use. See the file
"namespaces.ent" for more information. Here we include that file through a
parameter entity "namespaces".-->
<!ENTITY % namespaces SYSTEM 'namespaces.ent'>
%namespaces;
<!-- Consolidate the canvas and page objects -->
<!ENTITY % pageobjectlist "imgframeobj*,textframeobj*,tableobj*,svgobject*,epsobject*">
<!ENTITY % canvasobjectlist "imgframe*,textframe*,table*,svgobject*,epsobject*">

<!-- Root element of a Scribus document. Contains all other elments, but only
"canvas" on which we put EVERYTHING else can be its child. -->
<!ELEMENT scribus (metadata,settings,colors,styles,canvas+,content*)>

<!-- This is a soup of various metadata RDFs like Dublin Core, etc. I don't
know how to make xmllint cope with the namespaces yet, so its contents are
going to be commented out during the work on this DTD -->
<!ELEMENT metadata ANY>

<!-- Options presented in the new document dialog -->
<!ELEMENT settings EMPTY>
<!ATTLIST settings  default-page-size CDATA "A4"
                    default-page-orientation CDATA "Portrait"
                    default-page-width CDATA #IMPLIED
                    default-page-height CDATA #IMPLIED
                    default-unit %unit;
                    facing-pages (yes | no) "no"
                    left-page-first (yes | no) "no"
                    first-page-number CDATA "1"
                    automatic-text-frames (yes | no) "no"
                    margin-guide-left CDATA "40"
                    margin-guide-right CDATA "40"
                    margin-guide-top CDATA "40"
                    margin-guide-bottom CDATA "40"
                    columns CDATA "1"
                    column-gap CDATA "11"
>

<!-- Colors used in the document. This is a subset of the system-wide color sets -->
<!ELEMENT colors (color)*>

<!-- Individual color data. Example:
<color register="0" spot="0" rgb="#f0f8ff" cmyk="#0f070000" name="AliceBlue" />
 -->
<!ELEMENT color EMPTY>
<!ATTLIST color color-register CDATA "0"
                color-spot CDATA "0"
                color-rgb CDATA #IMPLIED
                color-cmyk CDATA #IMPLIED
                color-name CDATA #IMPLIED
>

<!-- Paragraph and Text styles -->
<!ELEMENT styles (par-style*,txt-style*,table-style*,table-cellstyle*)>

<!-- This is the main canvas of a Scribus document. All pages will be placed
onto it. We can also have crop marks and guides there. It might later include
scratch space and other objects. At first let's leave it as a container for
pages with some markings for positioning.-->
<!ELEMENT canvas (canvasobjects*,scratchspace*,page*,cropmark*,guide*,%canvasobjectlist;)>
<!ATTLIST canvas    id ID #REQUIRED
                    width CDATA "8.5"
                    height CDATA "11.0"
                    %sizeunit;
>

<!-- This is the main content container. It encompasses content objects for
text and graphics and serves as a binding link between layout and content. -->
<!ELEMENT content (textcontent*,svgcontent*,epscontent*)>

<!-- Scratch space on the canvas is represented as a pseudo-page with a single
layer. So, this part of the canvas becomes equal to a page as a container. -->
<!ELEMENT scratchspace (%pageobjectlist;)>
<!ATTLIST scratchspace id ID #REQUIRED
                    canvasid IDREF #REQUIRED
                    visible (yes | no) "yes"
                    printable (yes | no) "no"
>

<!-- <!ATTLIST canvasobjects> -->
<!ELEMENT canvasobjects (%canvasobjectlist;)>

<!-- Main container into which visible objects are placed on layer canvasses.
Contains global non-layered elements such as guides, baseline grid, crop
marks. -->
<!ELEMENT page (guide*,cropmark*,layer+)>
<!ATTLIST page      id ID #REQUIRED
                    number CDATA #IMPLIED
                    width CDATA "8.5"
                    height CDATA "11.0"
                    %sizeunit;
                    canvasorigin %origin;
                    %xorigin;
                    %yorigin;
                    %originunit;
                    orientation (portrait | landscape) "portrait"
>

<!-- Main canvas on which visible objects are placed. Use can0 type id values.-->
<!ELEMENT layer (%pageobjectlist;)>
<!ATTLIST layer     id ID #REQUIRED
                    name CDATA #REQUIRED
                    level CDATA #REQUIRED
                    visible (yes | no) "yes"
                    printable (yes | no) "yes"
>

<!-- Main container for raster images. Use fimg0 type id values.-->
<!ELEMENT imgframe (img*)>
<!-- Scale is in fractions: 1=100% -->
<!ATTLIST imgframe id ID #REQUIRED
                    text-frame-id IDREF #IMPLIED
                    width CDATA "200"
                    height CDATA "200"
                    canvasorigin %origin;
                    %sizeunit;
                    %xorigin;
                    %yorigin;
                    %originunit;
                    rotation CDATA "0"
                    basepoint %origin;
                    printable (yes | no) "yes"
                    locked (yes | no) "no"
                    size-locked (yes | no) "no"
                    round-corners CDATA "0"
                    level CDATA "0"
                    text-flows-around (yes | no) "no"
                    use-bounding-box (yes | no) "no"
                    use-contour-line (yes | no) "no"
                    line-color CDATA "none"
                    fill-color CDATA "none"
                    image-scale-frame-size (yes | no) "yes"
                    image-scale-proportional (yes | no) "yes"
                    image-x-position CDATA "0"
                    image-y-position CDATA "0"
                    image-x-scale CDATA "1"
                    image-y-scale CDATA "1"
                    image-x-dpi CDATA "72"
                    image-y-dpi CDATA "72"
>

<!ELEMENT imgframeobj EMPTY>
<!ATTLIST imgframeobj idref IDREF #REQUIRED>

<!ELEMENT img ANY>
<!ATTLIST img       id ID #REQUIRED
                    src ENTITY #REQUIRED
                    type NOTATION (png | jpg | jpeg | tiff) "tiff"
                    width CDATA #REQUIRED
                    height CDATA #REQUIRED
                    %sizeunit;
                    vresolution CDATA #REQUIRED
                    hresolution CDATA #REQUIRED
                    colorspace (rgb | cmyk | lab | greyscale ) "rgb"
                    color-depth (1 | 8 | 16 | 24 | 32 | 48) "8"
                    icc-profile CDATA #IMPLIED
                    rendering-intent-printer (Perceptual | Relative-Colorimetric | Saturation | Absolute-Colorimetric) #IMPLIED
>

<!-- Main container for text. Use ftxt0 type id values. -->
<!ELEMENT textframe ((textcontentobj)* | (%pageobjectlist;)*)* >
<!ATTLIST textframe id ID #REQUIRED
                    nextframeid IDREF #IMPLIED
                    width CDATA "200"
                    height CDATA "200"
                    %sizeunit;
                    canvasorigin %origin;
                    %xorigin;
                    %yorigin;
                    %originunit;
                    rotation CDATA "0"
                    basepoint %origin;
                    printable (yes | no) "yes"
                    locked (yes | no) "no"
                    size-locked (yes | no) "no"
                    round-corners CDATA "0"
                    columnnumber CDATA "1"
                    columngap CDATA "0"
                    topdistance CDATA "0"
                    bottomdistance CDATA "0"
                    leftdistance CDATA "0"
                    righttdistance CDATA "0"
                    level CDATA "0"
                    text-flows-around (yes | no) "no"
                    use-bounding-box (yes | no) "no"
                    use-contour-line (yes | no) "no"
                    line-color CDATA "none"
                    fill-color CDATA "none"
>

<!-- svgobject is the object that contains an SVG graphic. It has properties
similar to text and image frames on a page and on the canvas. -->
<!ELEMENT svgobject (svgcontentobj)+>
<!ATTLIST svgobject id ID #REQUIRED
                    width CDATA "200"
                    height CDATA "200"
                    %sizeunit;
                    canvasorigin %origin;
                    %xorigin;
                    %yorigin;
                    %originunit;
                    rotation CDATA "0"
                    basepoint %origin;
                    printable (yes | no) "yes"
                    level CDATA "0"
>

<!-- epsobject is the object that contains encapsulated postscript. It has properties
similar to text and image frames on a page and on the canvas. -->
<!ELEMENT epsobject (epscontentobj)+>
<!ATTLIST epsobject id ID #REQUIRED
                    width CDATA "200"
                    height CDATA "200"
                    %sizeunit;
                    canvasorigin %origin;
                    %xorigin;
                    %yorigin;
                    %originunit;
                    rotation CDATA "0"
                    basepoint %origin;
                    printable (yes | no) "yes"
                    level CDATA "0"
>

<!ELEMENT textframeobj EMPTY>
<!ATTLIST textframeobj idref IDREF #REQUIRED>

<!-- Abstraction layer for text blocks inside a text frame. -->
<!ELEMENT textcontent parstyle (p)+>
<!ATTLIST textcontent id ID #REQUIRED>

<!-- References "textcontent". -->
<!ELEMENT textcontentobj EMPTY>
<!ATTLIST textcontentobj idref IDREF #REQUIRED>

<!ELEMENT p parstyle (span)+
<!-- Lowest level block unit of text. Add a mathexpression later when MathML dtd is
referenced properly. Use "id" values like par0. We need an id for the
paragraph to make it the atomic unit for change tracking and undo for example. -->
<!ELEMENT span txtstyle (text|inlineframe|breakline|breakcolumn|breakframe|tab|pagenr)*>
>


<!-- Use any printable character for tab alignment -->
<!ELEMENT tab EMPTY>
<!ATTLIST tab parid IDREF #REQUIRED
              location CDATA #REQUIRED
              spacing CDATA "10"
              spacing-unit %unit;
              type (left|right|center|decimal|comma|char) "left"
              tabchar CDATA #IMPLIED
>

<!ELEMENT table (table-caption?,table-row+)>
<!ATTLIST table id ID #REQUIRED
                table-style IDREF #REQUIRED
                canvasorigin %origin;
                %xorigin;
                %yorigin;
                %originunit;
                width CDATA "100"
                height CDATA "150"
                %sizeunit;
                basepoint %origin;
                rotation CDATA "0"
                printable (yes | no) "yes"
                locked (yes | no) "no"
                size-locked (yes | no) "no"
                round-corners CDATA "0"
                columnnumber CDATA #IMPLIED
                rownumber CDATA #IMPLIED
                level CDATA "0"
                text-flows-around (yes | no) "no"
                use-bounding-box (yes | no) "no"
                use-contour-line (yes | no) "no"
                line-color CDATA "none"
                fill-color CDATA "none"
>

<!ELEMENT tableobj EMPTY>
<!ATTLIST tableobj idref IDREF #REQUIRED>

<!ELEMENT table-caption (textcontentobj*)>

<!ELEMENT table-row (table-cell+)>

<!ELEMENT table-cell (textcontentobj*)>
<!ATTLIST table-cell table-cellstyle IDREF #REQUIRED
                     rowspan CDATA "1"
                     colspan CDATA "1"
>

<!-- Glue between the layout element svgobject and the content object
svgcontent -->
<!ELEMENT svgcontentobj EMPTY>
<!ATTLIST svgcontentobj idref IDREF #REQUIRED>

<!-- Glue between the layout element epsobject and the content object
epscontent -->
<!ELEMENT epscontentobj EMPTY>
<!ATTLIST epscontentobj idref IDREF #REQUIRED>

<!-- Content element svgcontent, which contains at least one standard <svg>
-->
<!ELEMENT svgcontent (svg)+>
<!ATTLIST svgcontent id ID #REQUIRED>

<!-- Due to the namespace validation problem svg should currently be allowed
to contain anything. -->
<!ELEMENT svg ANY>

<!-- Content element epscontent, which contains at least one standard <eps>
-->
<!ELEMENT epscontent (eps)+>
<!ATTLIST epscontent id ID #REQUIRED>

<!-- Due to the namespace validation problem eps should currently be allowed
to contain anything. -->
<!ELEMENT eps ANY>