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ospcat - Unix, Linux Command

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NAME

ospcat - SGML print catalog

SYNOPSIS

TagDescription
ospcat [-b name] [--bctf=name] [-C] [--catalogs] [-c sysid] [--catalog=sysid] [-f] [--error-file=file] [-D directory] [--directory=directory] [-R] [--restricted] [-v] [-h] [--help] [-P literal] [--public-id=literal] [-S literal] [--system_id=literal] [-p name] [--parameter-entity=name] [-d name] [--doctype=name] [-l name] [--linktype=name] [-e name] [--entity=name] [-n name] [--notation=name] [-s name] [--declaration=name]

DESCRIPTION

ospcat prints effective system identifiers found in the catalogs on the standard output. It doesn’t check that the system identifiers correspond to actual files. The return value is 0 if the last system identifier was successfully created and 1 otherwise.

OPTIONS

The following options are available:

TagDescription
-b name, --bctf=name
  Use bctf name for output.
-f file, --error-file=file
  Append error messages to file file.
-v, --version
  Display the program version.
-h, --help Show this help text.
-c sysid, --catalog=sysid
  Use catalog sysid.
-C, --catalogs
  Arguments are catalogs, use DOCUMENT entry.
-D directory, --directory=directory
  Search files in directory directory.
-R, --restricted
  Restrict file reading (for use in Web apps).
-P literal, --public-id=literal
  Print the effective system id for the public id literal.
-S literal, --system-id=literal
  Print the effective system id for system id literal.
-p name, --parameter-entity=name
  Print the effective system id for parameter entity name.
-d name, --doctype=name
  Print the effective system id for the doctype name.
-l name, --linktype=name
  Print the effective system id for the linktype name.
-e name, --entity=name
  Print the effective system id for entity name.
-n name, --notation=name
  Print the effective system id for notation name.
-s name, --declaration=name
  Print the effective system id for the SGML declaration for doctype name.

SEE ALSO

onsgmls(1), ospam(1), onsgmlnorm(1), ospent(1)
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