> Can anyone recommend an SGML parser that they've found is fairly user
>friendly? I've been making use of the validating function within
>SoftQuad's Author/Editor, but would like to make use of a parser
>independent of this software suite. I've read about sgmls and SP, but
>am unsure as to just how friendly these freeware programs have proven?
nsgmls (a command line parser based in SP by James Clark) is very
good. Some (I cannot remember who) has done a user friendly
front end for SP that runs on MS windows. It allows you to
select the parsing options you want through a series of
Try a search on Robin Covers SGML pages at http://www.oasis-open.org.
(Sorry I cannot be more specific that that!).