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RAST(1)			    General Commands Manual		       RAST(1)

NAME
       rast - translate	output of sgmls	to RAST	format

SYNOPSIS
       rast [ -ooutput_file ] [	input_file ]

DESCRIPTION
       Rast  translates	 the  output  of sgmls to the format of	a RAST result.
       RAST is the Reference Application for SGML Testing defined in the  Pro-
       posed  American	National  Standard on Conformance Testing for Standard
       Generalized Markup Language (SGML) Systems (X3.190-199X).   Rast	 reads
       from  input_file	or from	standard input if input_file is	not specified.
       It writes to output_file	or to standard output if  output_file  is  not
       specified;  use of the -o option	avoids the need	for rast to use	a tem-
       porary file.

       Note that the -c	option of sgmls	can generate a capacity	report in RACT
       format.

BUGS
       Production [9] in clause	14.5.5 of the draft standard is	clearly	wrong;
       rast corrects it	by appending `,	LE'.  An alternative way to correct it
       would be	to delete the `,"END-ENTITY"'.

       In   production	 [18]  in  clause  14.5.9,  `markup data+'  should  be
       `markup data*' since internal sdata entities need not contain any char-
       acters (14.5.11), and markup data cannot	be empty (14.5.9, 14.5.12).

       The  RAST  result  for the example in Annex B.4 is incorrect.  The line
       G03-A1= should be immediately followed by a line	!g03-e1!.  (The	 prob-
       lem with	production [9] also applies to this example.)

       Rast  outputs  a	newline	after #ERROR in	order to avoid producing files
       with partial lines.

SEE ALSO
       sgmls(1)
       Conformance Testing for Standard	 Generalized  Markup  Language	(SGML)
       Systems,	(X3.190-199X), Draft July 1991

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