>>>> "Jerry" == Jerry James
Jerry> This surprised me, because I submitted those files as part
Jerry> of the patch to bring the XEmacs PSGML package up to date.
Jerry> Indeed, fetching psgml-1.18-pkg.tar.gz from the package
Jerry> download site, I see this:
This looks like my bad.
I thought my 21.1 (email environment) and 21.2 (where I was using
PSGML) package hierarchies were the same, but they're not. I had set
things up to automatically revert to the common environment
(maintained via package-user-interface) after testing new package
stuff (installed into a separate hierarchy), but obviously that is not
working correctly, and I've been running with old packages in 21.2 for
a couple of months now.
> Which reminds me; until I set up the catalogs correctly, PSGML
> silently substituted the HTML 3.2 DTD for XHTML 1.0. It would
> be nice if PSGML warned about this situation.
Jerry> I can't get that to happen. How did you do it? What was
Jerry> wrong with the CATALOG? I see no errors in it that would
Since it was obsolete, it was missing the XHTML entries.
Jerry> cause this behavior.
Try removing the XHTML entries from the catalog. It seems that the
version of PSGML I have installed simply substitutes its default
version of the DTD for short names where the full public ID can't be
matched in the catalog.
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