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As of XEmacs 21.0 (with EFS installed) you can get the latest psgml package by evaluating the follwing two lines within XEmacs:
(require 'package-get) (package-get 'psgml nil)
To install PSGML in XEmacs versions prior to 21.0 you first need to
uncompress and unpack the source archive. This is done with the
gunzip psgml-1.3.1.tar.gz; tar xf psgml-1.3.1.tar
This should create a subdirectory to the current directory with the
source code. This directory contains a
configure command (see the
file INSTALL for more information about configure). You can use the
configure command to configure the package or you can load the
file `psgml-maint' and execute the
Place the `*.el' and the `*.elc' files in a directory where
Emacs can find it (i.e. one of the directories in the
variable, you can add a directory to this variable in your
If you use the
configure approach, compile psgml with
and the you can run
make install to install it in the system
library `site-lisp'. The location of `site-lisp' is figured
configure, but you can change it in the `Makefile'.
Put the following line in your .emacs:
(autoload 'sgml-mode "psgml" "Major mode to edit SGML files." t) (autoload 'xml-mode "psgml" "Major mode to edit XML files." t)
You may also want to set up search paths for external entities, See section 4. The Entity Manager.
The `psgml.info' is the documentation for PSGML in the info format. You can read this with the Emacs command C-u C-h i. You can also install the file in your systems info directory and edit the `dir' file to include `psgml.info' in the menu.
The info file `psgml.info' is created from the texinfo file `psgml.texi'. The texinfo file can also be used to create a hard copy of the documentation. To do this you need the TeX program and a copy of `texinfo.tex'.
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