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xmlcatalog


NAME
     xmlcatalog - Command line tool to parse and  manipulate  XML
     or SGML catalog files.

SYNOPSIS
     xmlcatalog [--shell | --create | --add   type           orig
     replace   |  --del  values  | --noout | --verbose] [catalog-
     file] [entities]

INTRODUCTION
     xmlcatalog is a command line application allowing  users  to
     monitor and manipulate XML and SGML catalogs. It is included
     in libxml2.

     Its functions can be invoked from a single command from  the
     command  line,  or  it  can  perform  multiple  functions in
     interactive mode. It can operate on both XML and SGML files.

COMMAND LINE OPTIONS
     --shell filename
          Run a shell allowing  interactive  queries  on  catalog
          file filename.

     --create filename
          Create a new XML catalog. Outputs to  stdout,  ignoring
          filename  unless  --noout  is  used,  in  which case it
          creates a new catalog file filename.

     --add 'type' 'orig' 'replace' filename
          Add an entry to catalog file filename.  type  indicates
          the  type  of entry. Possible types are 'public', 'sys-
          tem', 'rewriteSystem',  'delegatePublic'  and  'delega-
          teSystem'.  'orig'  is  the  original  reference  to be
          replaced, and 'replace' is the URI of  the  replacement
          entity  to be used. The --add option will not overwrite
          filename, outputing to stdout, unless --noout is  used.
          The  --add  will  always  take three parameters even if
          some of the XML catalog constructs  will  have  only  a
          single argument.

          If the  --add  option  is  used  following  the  --sgml
          option,  only  a  single argument, a filename, is used.
          This is used to add the name of a catalog  file  to  an
          SGML  supercatalog,  a file that contains references to
          other included SGML catalog files.

     --del 'values' filename
          Remove entries from the catalog file filename  matching
          'values'. The --del option will not overwrite filename,
          outputing to stdout, unless --noout is used.

     --noout
          Save output to the named file rather than outputing  to
          stdout.

     -v or --verbose
          Output debugging information.

SHELL COMMANDS
     Invoking xmlcatalog with the --shell filename option opens a
     command  line shell allowing interactive access to the cata-
     log file identified by filename. Invoking the shell provides
     a command line prompt after which commands can be entered.

     public 'PublicID'
          Execute a public identifier lookup of the catalog entry
          for  'PublicID'. The corresponding entry will be output
          to the command line.

     system 'SystemID'
          Execute a public identifier lookup of the catalog entry
          for  'SystemID'. The corresponding entry will be output
          to the command line.

     add  'type' 'orig' 'replace'
          Add an entry to the catalog file.  type  indicates  the
          type  of  entry. Possible types are 'public', 'system',
          'rewriteSystem', 'delegatePublic' and 'delegateSystem'.
          'orig'  is  the  original reference to be replaced, and
          'replace' is the URI of the replacement  entity  to  be
          used.

     del 'values'
          Remove the catalog entry corresponding to 'values'.

     dump Print the current catalog.

     debug
          Print debugging statements showing the steps xmlcatalog
          is executing.

     quiet
          Stop printing debugging statements.

     exit Quit the shell.

REFERENCES
     libxml web page:
          http://www.xmlsoft.org/

     libxml catalog support web page:
          http://www.xmlsoft.org/catalog.html

     James Clark's SGML catalog page:
          http://www.jclark.com/sp/catalog.htm

     OASIS XML catalog specification:
          http://www.oasis-open.org/committees/entity/spec.html


AUTHOR
     John Fleck  <jfleck@inkstain.net> This is release 0.2 of the
     xmlcatalog Manual.


NOTES
     Source for libxml is available  in  the  SUNWlxmlS  package.
     Documentation   for   libxml   is   available   on-line   at
     http://www.xmlsoft.org/










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