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ONSGMLS(1)				     onsgmls				       ONSGMLS(1)

       onsgmls	- An SGML System Conforming to International Standard ISO 8879 -- Standard Gener-
       alized Markup Language

       onsgmls [-BCdeglprsuv] [-alinktype] [-bbctf] [-csysid...]
	       [-Ddirectory] [-Emax_errors] [-ffile]
	       [-iname] [-ooutput_option...] [-tfile]
	       [-wwarning_type...] [sysid...]

       onsgmls parses and validates the SGML document whose document entity is specified  by  the
       system  identifiers [sysid...] and prints on the standard output a simple text representa-
       tion of its Element Structure Information Set. (This is the information set which a struc-
       ture-controlled	conforming  SGML  application  should  act upon.) If more than one system
       identifier is specified, then the corresponding entities will be concatenated to form  the
       document  entity. Thus the document entity may be spread among several files; for example,
       the SGML declaration, prolog and document instance set could each be in a  separate  file.
       If  no  system  identifiers are specified, then onsgmls will read the document entity from
       the standard input. A command line system identifier of - can be  used  to  refer  to  the
       standard  input.  (Normally  in	a system identifier, <OSFD>0 is used to refer to standard

       The following options are available:

	      Make link type linktype active. Not all ESIS information is output  in  this  case:
	      the active LPDs are not explicitly reported, although each link attribute is quali-
	      fied with its link type name; there is no information about result  elements;  when
	      there  are  multiple  link  rules applicable to the current element, onsgmls always
	      chooses the first.

       -bbctf, -bencoding
	      This determines the encoding used for output. If in fixed  character  set  mode  it
	      specifies the name of an encoding; if not, it specifies the name of a BCTF.

       -B     Batch  mode.  Parse  each sysid... specified on the command line separately, rather
	      than concatenating them. This is useful mainly with -s.

	      If -tfilename is also specified, then the specified filename will  be  prefixed  to
	      the sysid to make the filename for the RAST result for each sysid.

	      Map  public  identifiers	and  entity names to system identifiers using the catalog
	      entry file whose system identifier is sysid. Multiple -c options	are  allowed.  If
	      there  is  a  catalog  entry  file called catalog in the same place as the document
	      entity, it will be searched for immediately after those specified by -c.

       -C     The [filename...] arguments specify catalog files rather than the document  entity.
	      The document entity is specified by the first DOCUMENT entry in the catalog files.

	      Search directory for files specified in system identifiers. Multiple -D options are
	      allowed. See the description of the osfile storage  manager  for	more  information
	      about file searching.

       -e     Describe	open  entities in error messages. Error messages always include the posi-
	      tion of the most recently opened external entity.

	      onsgmls will exit after max_errors errors. If max_errors is 0, there is no limit on
	      the number of errors. The default is 200.

       -ffile Redirect	errors to file. This is useful mainly with shells that do not support re-
	      direction of stderr.

       -g     Show the generic identifiers of open elements in error messages.

       -iname Pretend that

	      <!ENTITY % name "INCLUDE">

	      occurs at the start of the document type declaration subset in  the  SGML  document
	      entity.  Since  repeated definitions of an entity are ignored, this definition will
	      take precedence over any other definitions of this entity in the document type dec-
	      laration.  Multiple  -i  options	are allowed. If the SGML declaration replaces the
	      reserved name INCLUDE then the new reserved name will be the  replacement  text  of
	      the entity. Typically the document type declaration will contain

	      <!ENTITY % name "IGNORE">

	      and  will use %name; in the status keyword specification of a marked section decla-
	      ration. In this case the effect of the option will be to cause the  marked  section
	      not to be ignored.

	      Output additional information according to output_option:

	      entity Output definitions of all general entities not just for data or subdoc enti-
	      ties that are referenced or named in an ENTITY or ENTITIES attribute.

	      id Distinguish attributes whose declared value is ID.

	      line Output L commands giving the current line number and filename.

	      included Output an i command for included sub-elements.

	      empty Output an e command for elements which are not allowed to  have  an  end-tag,
	      that  is	those  with  a	declared  content  of  empty  or with a content reference

	      notation-sysid Output an f command before an N  command,	if  a  system  identifier
	      could be generated for that notation.

	      nonsgml  In  fixed  character  set mode, output  escape sequences for non-SGML data
	      characters. Non-SGML data characters can result from numeric character references.

	      Multiple -o options are allowed.

       -p     Parse only the prolog. onsgmls will exit after parsing the document  type  declara-
	      tion. Implies -s.

       -s     Suppress output. Error messages will still be printed.

       -tfile Output  to  file	the  RAST  result as defined by ISO/IEC 13673:1995 (actually this
	      isn't quite  an  IS  yet;  this  implements  the	Intermediate  Editor's	Draft  of
	      1994/08/29, with changes to implement ISO/IEC JTC1/SC18/WG8 N1777). The normal out-
	      put is not produced.

       -v     Print the version number.

       -wtype Control warnings and errors. Multiple -w options are allowed. The following  values
	      of type enable warnings:

	      xml Warn about constructs that are not allowed by XML.

	      mixed Warn about mixed content models that do not allow #pcdata anywhere.

	      sgmldecl Warn about various dubious constructions in the SGML declaration.

	      should  Warn  about various recommendations made in ISO 8879 that the document does
	      not comply with. (Recommendations are expressed with ``should'', as  distinct  from
	      requirements which are usually expressed with ``shall''.)

	      default Warn about defaulted references.

	      duplicate Warn about duplicate entity declarations.

	      undefined Warn about undefined elements: elements used in the DTD but not defined.

	      unclosed Warn about unclosed start and end-tags.

	      empty Warn about empty start and end-tags.

	      net Warn about net-enabling start-tags and null end-tags.

	      min-tag  Warn  about  minimized  start  and  end-tags. Equivalent to combination of
	      unclosed, empty and net warnings.

	      unused-map Warn about unused short reference maps: maps that are	declared  with	a
	      short  reference mapping declaration but never used in a short reference use decla-
	      ration in the DTD.

	      unused-param Warn about parameter entities that are defined but not used in a  DTD.
	      Unused  internal	parameter  entities whose text is INCLUDE or IGNORE won't get the

	      notation-sysid Warn about notations for which no system identifier could be  gener-

	      all  Warn  about	conditions  that should usually be avoided (in the opinion of the
	      author). Equivalent to: mixed, should, default,  undefined,  sgmldecl,  unused-map,
	      unused-param, empty and unclosed.

	      A  warning  can  be  disabled by using its name prefixed with no-. Thus -wall -wno-
	      duplicate will enable all warnings except those  about  duplicate  entity  declara-

	      The following values for warning_type disable errors:

	      no-idref Do not give an error for an ID reference value which no element has as its
	      ID. The effect will be as if each attribute declared as an ID reference  value  had
	      been declared as a name.

	      no-significant  Do  not  give  an  error when a character that is not a significant
	      character in the reference concrete syntax occurs in a literal in the SGML declara-
	      tion. This may be useful in conjunction with certain buggy test suites.

	      no-valid	Do  not  require  the  document  to be type-valid. This has the effect of
	      changing the SGML declaration to specify VALIDITY NOASSERT and IMPLYDEF ATTLIST YES
	      ELEMENT  YES.  An option of -wvalid has the effect of changing the SGML declaration
	      to specify VALIDITY TYPE and IMPLYDEF ATTLIST NO ELEMENT NO. If neither -wvalid nor
	      -wno-valid are specified, then the VALIDITY and IMPLYDEF specified in the SGML dec-
	      laration will be used.

       The following options are also supported for backward compatibility with sgmls:

       -d     Same as -wduplicate.

       -l     Same as -oline.

	      Same as -c.

       -r     Same as -wdefault.

       -u     Same as -wundef.

       James Clark, Ian Castle <ian.castle@looksystems.co.uk>.

OpenJade				   January 2002 			       ONSGMLS(1)

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