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nsgmls and W3C HTML 4.0 recommendation


	I was trying to feed the HTML declaration that comes with the
HTML 4.0 recommendation to nsgmls (sp version 1.1.1-4.1), but it
complains a lot. When I do: 

$ nsgmls -e -g -s -u HTML4.dec
nsgmls:HTML4.decl:23:32:E: this system requires that characters in the
document character set not have numbers exceeding 65535
nsgmls:HTML4.decl:25:0:E: the specified character set is invalid because
it does not contain the minimum data characters having the following
numbers in ISO 646: 39-41, 43-58, 61, 63, 65-90, 97-122

The first error can be fixed changing the number of characters in the
last line of the DESCSET. The other one can be fixed, but only if the
BASESET is changed. I don't think that's right...

This is what sp doesn't like:

          BASESET  "ISO Registration Number 177//CHARSET
                    ISO/IEC 10646-1:1993 UCS-4 with
                    implementation level 3//ESC 2/5 2/15 4/6"
Basically it doesn't understand ESC 2/5 2/15 4/6. Is there a new version
of sp that supports this? 


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