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DH_INSTALLXMLCATALOGS(1)		    Debhelper			 DH_INSTALLXMLCATALOGS(1)

NAME
       dh_installxmlcatalogs - install and register XML catalog files

SYNOPSIS
       dh_installxmlcatalogs [debhelper options] [-n]

DESCRIPTION
       dh_installxmlcatalogs is a debhelper program that installs and registers XML catalog
       files.  It complies with the Debian XML/SGML policy.

       The file debian/package.xmlcatalogs lists the local XML catalog files to be installed per
       package as well as the XML entities in those local XML catalog files that are to be
       registered in the XML catalog system.

       The local XML catalog file entries in that file should be of the form "local;source;dest",
       where the verbatim "local" indicates this is an entry for a local XML catalog file,
       "source" indicates where the local XML catalog resides in the source tree, and "dest"
       indicates the destination location for the local XML catalog under the package build area.
       "dest" should start with /usr/share/xml/.

       The entries for the XML entities to be registered in the package XML catalog file should
       be of the form "package;type;id;catalog", where the verbatim "package" indicates this is
       an entry for an XML entity to be registered in the package XML catalog file, "type"
       indicates the XML entity type (public, system, uri), "id" indicates the XML entity id, and
       "catalog" indicates the local XML catalog file.

       The entries for the XML entities to be registered in the root XML catalog file should be
       of the form "root;type;id", where the verbatim "root" indicates this is an entry for an
       XML entity to be registered in the root XML catalog file, "type" indicates the XML entity
       type (public, system, uri), and "id" indicates the XML entity id.

       If an entry for is to be registered identically in the root catalog and the package
       catalog file, you can use the form "root-and-package;type;id;catalog", where the verbatim
       "root-and-package" indicates this is an entry for an XML entity to be registered in both
       the root and package XML catalog files, "type" indicates the XML entity type (public,
       system, uri), "id" indicates the XML entity id, and "catalog" indicates the local XML
       catalog file.

       XML entity types are described in update-xmlcatalog(8).	Using the "root" or "package"
       commands, a type of "public" will general "delegatePublic" statements in the applicable
       catalog file. Generally you will want to use the types "public" for any formal public
       identifiers, and "system" for any files on the local filesystem or URLs.  "uri" is only
       used for non-local files which are not part of the external document subset, e.g., they
       are not used for entities or DTDs.

       dh_installxmlcatalogs automatically adds maintainer script snippets for the registration
       and unregistration of the listed XML entities in the XML catalog system (unless -n is
       used).  A dependency on the xml-core package will be added to "${misc:Depends}", so be
       sure to use that variable in the file debian/control.  See dh_installdeb(1) for an
       explanation of Debhelper maintainer script snippets.

OPTIONS
       -n, --noscripts
	   Do not modify postinst/postrm/prerm scripts.

NOTES
       Note that this command is not idempotent. "dh_clean -k" should be called between
       invocations of this command. Otherwise, it may cause multiple instances of the same text
       to be added to maintainer scripts.

SEE ALSO
       debhelper(7)

       /usr/share/doc/xml-core/

AUTHOR
       Ardo van Rangelrooij <ardo@debian.org>

       Adam Di Carlo <aph@debian.org>

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