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Emacs and XML


I got Emacs and SGML with psgml working ok. I was going to try out XML as

I added docbkx412 to my sgml-catalog-files. (F:\emacs\sgml\dtd\docbkx412 in

I used a declaration in a test file:

	<!DOCTYPE Book PUBLIC "-//OASIS//DTD DocBook XML V4.1.2//EN" 
	"F:\emacs\sgml\dtd\docbkx412\" >


I got the following in my .emacs:

	;; ecat support
	(setq sgml-ecat-files
	    (expand-file-name "f:/emacs/sgml/dtd/html/ecatalog")
	    (expand-file-name "f:/emacs/sgml/dtd/docbook41/ecatalog")
	    (expand-file-name "f:/emacs/sgml/dtd/docbkx412/ecatalog")

The ecatalog file says:

	PUBLIC "-//OASIS//DTD DocBook XML V4.1.2//EN" "docbook.ced"

I open the test file and it color marks the declaration. It also compiles
and saves docbook.ced. It allows me to create the book tags but then it
doesn't have any tags available underneath that.

I am confused on where I am stuck.



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