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-This is the READ ME file for psgml.el version 1.2.2.       -*- text -*-
+This is the READ ME file for psgml.el version 1.3.1.       -*- text -*-
-This is a BETA release of PSGML. Release 1.2.2 fixes a number of bugs
-in 1.2.1.
-PSGML is a major mode for editing SGML and XML documents.  It works with
-GNU Emacs 19.34, 20.3 and later or with XEmacs 19.9 and later.  PSGML
-contains a simple SGML parser and can work with any DTD.  Functions
-provided includes menus and commands for inserting tags with only the
-contextually valid tags, identification of structural errors, editing of
-attribute values in a separate window with information about types and
-defaults, and structure based editing.
-To install PSGML you first need to uncompress and unpack the source
-archive.  This is done with the `gunzip' and `tar' commands.
-     gunzip psgml-1.2.2.tar.gz; tar xf psgml-1.2.2.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 `psgml-compile-files' command.
-Place the `*.el' and the `*.elc' files in a directory where Emacs can
-find it (i.e. one of the directories in the `load-path' variable, you
-can add a directory to this variable in your `.emacs'.)
-If you use the `configure' approach, compile psgml with `make' and the
-you can run `make install' to install it in the system library
-`site-lisp'.  The files are installed in a subdirectory named `psgml'.
-The location of `site-lisp' is figured out by `configure', but you can
-change it in the `Makefile'.  You need to make sure that this
-subdirectory is in Emacs `load-path'.
-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 the section Entity manager in the psgml.info manual.
-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
+This is an ALPHA release.