Fox, Michael wrote:
>One further additional detail that wasn't apparent to me at
>first is that
>the environmental variables described below are/may be set in your
I don't, simply for the reason that I normally work in SGML.
If its done in autoexec, then I would be in the wrong 'mode'
for any other use of nsgmls.
>> >Thanks to a past recommendation from this listserv, we have very
>> >successfully made use of SP Wizard, a freeware SGML parser
>which can be
>> >downloaded from the WWW. From what I understand, this parser
>> >is basically
>> >James Clark's SP parser, with a Visual Basic front end. This
>> >parser, once
>> >set-up with a catalog file, has proven reliable and extremely
>> >user friendly.
>> Its also capable of parsing XML.
>> Under Win32, it needs two other env vars setting,
>> and a couple of additional parms and access to the
>> XML declaration and catalog (supplied with nsgmls)
>> HTH DaveP
>> SET SP_CHARSET_FIXED=YES
>> SET SP_ENCODING=XML
>> NSGMLS.EXE -wxml -c pathto\xml.soc -f .\errs pathto\xml.dcl
>> SET SP_ENCODING=ISO-8859-1
>> SET SP_CHARSET_FIXED=NO
>> MORE ERRS