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PSGML does not understand the SGML declaration, it accepts one in the
file but it is ignored. If you have the SGML declaration in another
file you can make `sgmls' use it when you use the C-c C-v
sgml-validate) command (see section 5. Running an external SGML parser).
PSGML has some options in what features it uses and what markup it creates. You have to set these options to make PSGML's behavior consistent with your SGML declaration and personal preferences.
tif the SGML declaration has `OMITTAG YES' and to
tif the SGML declaration has `SHORTTAG YES' and to
tif the SGML declaration has `NAMECASE GENERAL YES' and to
nilotherwise. I.e., this controls whether names, except entity names, will be case insensitive (translated to upper case).
nil, attribute values that consists of only name characters will not be quoted.
max, omit attributes with default value. Minimization will only be done if they produce legal SGML (assuming
sgml-shorttagare set correctly).
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