Re: Cougar and HalSoft HTML Toolkit

Chris Lilley <> writes:
>It's not so much a case of editing something, more a case of replacing
>sgmls with
>something that doesn't assume a character is 8 bits wide. I use nsgmls
>and it works
>fine with the Cougar and the i18N DTDs.

You might note that nsgmls must be compiled with an SGML declaration
allowing for i18n, which I don't believe is its default. You can pull the
i18n-ized declaration off of the i18n draft and recompile nsgmls.

I had the same problem when I first ran nsgmls -- the version I had
couldn't handle character references in the 8000 range until
internationalization. As you mentioned, now it works fine.


     Murray Altheim, Program Manager
     Spyglass, Inc., Cambridge, Massachusetts
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            "Give a monkey the tools and he'll eventually build a typewriter."

Received on Thursday, 25 July 1996 17:54:48 UTC