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       Extended Facilities system conforming to Annex A of Inter­
       national Standard ISO/IEC 10744  --  Hypermedia/Time-based
       Structuring Language.


       osx [-CeghnRvx] [-aname] [-Aarchitecture] [-bencoding]
           [-ccatalog_file] [-ddirectory] [-Ddirectory]
           [-iname] [-ffile] [-ldirectory] [-wwarning_type]
           [-xxml_output_option...] [sysid...]


       osx  converts  SGML  to  XML. osx parses and validates the
       SGML document contained in [sysid] and writes  an  equiva­
       lent  XML  document  to the standard output. osx will warn
       about SGML constructs which have no XML equivalent.


       The following options are available:

       -aname, --activate=name
              Make doctype or linkname name active.

       -Aname, --architecture=name
              Parse with respect to architecture name.

       -bencoding, --encoding=encoding
              Use the BCTF encoding for output.  By  default  osx
              uses UTF-8.

       -csysid, --catalog=sysid
              Map  public  identifiers and entity names to system
              identifiers using the catalog entry file whose sys­
              tem identifier is sysid.

       -C, --catalogs
              This has the same effect as in onsgmls(1).

       -ddirectory, --entity_output_location=directory
              Place output files in directory.

       -Ddirectory, --directory=directory
              Search  directory  for  files  specified  in system
              identifiers. This has the same effect  as  in  ons­

       -g, --open-elements
              Describe open elements in error messages.

       -h, --help
              Display a help text and exit.

       -iname, --include=name
              This has the same effect as in onsgmls(1).

       -ldtd-file, --dtd_location=dtd-file
              Specify that the resulting XML file should  conform
              to the DTD in dtd-file.

       -n, --error-numbers
              Show error numbers in error messages.

              Show references in error messages.

       -R, --restricted
              This has the same effect as in onsgmls(1).

       -v, --version
              Print the version number and exit.

       -wtype, --warning=type
              Control warnings and errors according to type. This
              has the same effect as in onsgmls(1).

       -xxml_output_option, --xml-output-option=xml_output_option
              Control the XML output according to  the  value  of
              xml_output_option as follows:

              no-nl-in-tag  Don't use newlines inside start-tags.
              Usually osx uses newlines inside start-tags  so  as
              to  reduce  the  probability  of  excessively  long

              id Output attribute declarations for ID attributes.

              notation Output declarations for notations.
              to upper-case substitution by SGML will  be  folded
              to  lower  case.  This  does  not  include reserved
              names; XML requires these to be in upper-case.

              pi-escape Escape &<> in the contents of  processing
              instructions  using  the  amp,  lt and gt entities.
              This allows processing instructions to contain  the
              string  >?,  but  requires that applications handle
              the escapes.

              empty Use the  <e/>  syntax  for  element  types  e
              declared as EMPTY.

              attlist  Output  an  ATTLIST  declaration for every
              element specifying the type of all attributes.  The
              default will always be #IMPLIED.

              report-input-sources  Output  a processing instruc­
              tion to report when an input source other than  the
              main  file  is opened or closed in the instance. Do
              not report any input source changes in the DTD.

              report-entities Output a processing instruction  to
              report  when  an external entity reference has been
              resolved in the instance. Do not report any  entity
              resolutions in the DTD.

              no-expand-external   Preserve   external  entities,
              write a declaration  driver  file  named  "extEnti­
              ties.dtf",  and include that file in the instance's
              internal subset.

              no-expand-internal  Preserve   internal   entities,
              write  a  declaration  driver  file named "intEnti­
              ties.dtf", and include that file in the  instance's
              internal subset.

              no-external-decl  Do not include the external enti­
              ties declaration  driver  file  in  the  instance's
              internal subset.

              no-internal-decl  Do not include the internal enti­
              ties declaration  driver  file  in  the  instance's
              internal subset.

              sdata-as-pis   When   translating   SDATA  entities
              (whether expanding them or providing  a  definition
              for  them in the output's internal subset), express
              them as processing instructions instead of as  gen­
              eral internal entities.

              Multiple -x options are allowed.

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