Section: File Formats (5)
sgml.conf - basic configuration file for SGML environment variables
This file contains basic variables for SGML environment.
- Format of this file is straightforward:
- Lines are either empty lines, comment lines (starting with hash mark) or variable assignments.
- Assigments take form of "variable=value" where whitespace is not allowed. This makes the format Bourne-shell includable.
This variable contains root of the location of sgml components. Suggested value for this variable is /usr/share/sgml.
This variable contains location of sgml catalog files. Suggested value is /etc/sgml.
This variable contains the directory name(s) of the root of the location(s) of optional sgml components that the system administrator doesn't want to install to primary SGML_BASE_DIR directory. If multiple directory names are mentioned, they are separated by colons.
This variable contains the directory where executables should be placed. By default /usr/bin.
This variable contains the directory name(s) where optional executables can be placed. Suggested and default value is /usr/local/bin. If multiple directory names are mentioned, they are separated by colons.
A hint to components where to put temporary files. The suggested and default value is /tmp.
A command that is to be executed when new components have been installed. This mechanism is not used by default, sgml components are usually registered by %post scriptlets.