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OSPENT(1)				    Reference					OSPENT(1)

NAME
       ospent - Concatenates entities in an SGML/XML document

SYNOPSIS
       ospent [-ChnrRv] [-bbctf] [-csysid] [-ffile] [-Ddirectory] [sysid...]

DESCRIPTION
       ospent (OpenSP print entity) prints the concatenation of the entities with system
       identifiers

       on the standard output.

       The following options are available:

       -bbctf, --bctf=bctf
	   Use the BCTF with name bctf for output.

       -csysid, --catalog=sysid
	   Map public identifiers and entity names to system identifiers using the catalog entry
	   file whose system identifier is sysid.

       -C, --catalogs
	   This has the same effect as in onsgmls(1).

       -Ddirectory, --directory=directory
	   Search directory for files specified in system identifiers. This has the same effect
	   as in onsgmls(1).

       -ffile, --error-file=file
	   Redirect error messages to file.

       -h, --help
	   Display a help text and exit.

       -n, --non-sgml
	   The entity is a non-SGML data entity. This option forces the octets in the storage
	   objects comprising the entity to be copied exactly without any of the conversions that
	   are done for text entities. Implies -r.

       -r, --raw
	   Raw output. Don't perform any conversion on RSs and REs when printing the entity. The
	   entity would typically have the storage manager attribute records=asis.

       -R, --restricted
	   This has the same effect as in onsgmls(1).

       -v, --version
	   Print the version number.

SEE ALSO
       onsgmls(1), ospam(1), onsgmlnorm(1), osx(1)

AUTHORS
       James Clark
	   Author.

       Ian Castle <ian.castle@openjade.org>
	   Author.

COPYRIGHT
OpenJade				  November 2002 				OSPENT(1)
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