I just switched to Debian and when I go to validate an XML doc I get
some different behavior from emacs/psgml(20.7.2/1.2.1 respectively) than
I was used to in the SuSE distro.
Here is the command emacs wants to run(sp 1.3.4).
nsgmls -wxml -s /usr/lib/sgml/declaration/xml.dcl debian-install.xml
nsgmls:/usr/lib/sgml/declaration/xml.dcl:1:W: SGML declaration was not
SGML validation finished at Thu Mar 22 13:31:47
If I remove the path to xml.dcl it works fine. If a remove the -s also,
I get a bunch of IMPLIED messages. Is suppressing with -s okay?
I have the xml.dec defined as xml.soc as shown below in the
SGML_CATALOG_FILES env var which worked fine in SuSE.
Wher is this path to XML.dcl coming from and how do I get rid of it?
# env file for sp 1.3.4 to help with XML support
# input in declared encodeing or default and output in UTF-8
#Notes: use -wxml for validating or -wno-valid for not valid
export SP_CHARSET_FIXED SP_ENCODING SGML_CATALOG_FILES