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Subject: Re: DOCBOOK: DocBook XML V4.1.2 Released (& mirrored)

Norman Walsh <ndw@nwalsh.com> writes:

> Uh, I'm not sure bug a quick grep for 'nsgmls' inside the *.el files
> ought to turn something up :-)

sgml-validate-command's value is 
"nsgmls -s %s %s"

*The shell command to validate an SGML document.

This is a `format' control string that by default should contain two
`%s' conversion specifications: the first will be replaced by the
value of `sgml-declaration' (or the empty string, if nil); the
second will be replaced by the current buffer's file name (or the
empty string, if nil).

If `sgml-validate-files' is non-nil, the format string should contain
one `%s' conversion specification for each element of its result.

If sgml-validate-command is a list, then every element should be a
string.  The strings will be tried in order and %-sequences in the
string will be replaced according to the list below, if the string contains
%-sequences with no replacement value the next string will be tried.

%b means the visited file of the current buffer
%s means the SGML declaration specified in the sgml-declaration variable
%d means the file containing the DOCTYPE declaration, if not in the buffer 

Defined in `psgml'.

Walter Franzini, e-mail: walter@sys-net.it
SysNet, Via Digione 8, 27100 Pavia - Italy

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