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commit 8d894f74b1a15f82be47d6a8e639c126785e8bb8
Author: gregor herrmann <gre...@debian.org>
Date:   Fri Nov 13 17:28:26 2015 +0100

    Add patch to mention onsgmls in the docs.
    
    Cf. #804941.
---
 debian/patches/onsgmls.patch | 292 +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
 debian/patches/series        |   1 +
 2 files changed, 293 insertions(+)

diff --git a/debian/patches/onsgmls.patch b/debian/patches/onsgmls.patch
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..3c85870
--- /dev/null
+++ b/debian/patches/onsgmls.patch
@@ -0,0 +1,292 @@
+Description: mention onsgmls in the docs,
+ everywhere that sgmls and nsgmls are mentioned now
+Origin: vendor
+Bug-Debian: https://bugs.debian.org/804941
+Forwarded: no
+Author: gregor herrmann <gre...@debian.org>
+Last-Update: 2015-11-13
+
+--- a/SGMLS.pm
++++ b/SGMLS.pm
+@@ -5,7 +5,7 @@
+ 
+ =head1 NAME
+ 
+-SGMLS - class for postprocessing the output from the B<sgmls> and
++SGMLS - class for postprocessing the output from the B<onsgmls>, B<sgmls>, and
+ B<nsgmls> parsers.
+ 
+ =head1 SYNOPSIS
+@@ -102,7 +102,7 @@
+ 
+ This class holds a single parse.  When you create an instance of it,
+ you specify a file handle as an argument (if you are reading the
+-output of B<sgmls> or B<nsgmls> from a pipe, the file handle will
++output of B<onsgmls>, B<sgmls> or B<nsgmls> from a pipe, the file handle will
+ ordinarily be C<STDIN>):
+ 
+   my $parse = new SGMLS(STDIN);
+@@ -124,11 +126,11 @@
+ 
+ =item C<file()>: Return a string containing the name of the current
+ SGML source file (this will work only if the C<-l> option was given to
+-B<sgmls> or B<nsgmls>).
++B<onsgmls>, B<sgmls> or B<nsgmls>).
+ 
+ =item C<line()>: Return a string containing the current line number
+ from the source file (this will work only if the C<-l> option was
+-given to B<sgmls> or B<nsgmls>).
++given to B<onsgmls>, B<sgmls> or B<nsgmls>).
+ 
+ =item C<appinfo()>: Return a string containing the C<APPINFO>
+ parameter (if any) from the SGML declaration.
+--- a/DOC/HTML/SGMLSpm/definition.html
++++ b/DOC/HTML/SGMLSpm/definition.html
+@@ -10,7 +10,7 @@
+ 
+ <P><A HREF=sgmlspm.html><TT>SGMLS.pm</TT></A> is an <A 
HREF=extend.html>extensible</A> <A 
HREF="http://www.metronet.com/0/perlinfo/perl5/manual/perl.html";><TT>perl5</TT></A>
+ class library for parsing the output from James Clark's popular
+-<TT>sgmls</TT> and <A 
HREF="http://www.jclark.com/sp.html";><TT>nsgmls</TT></A> parsers, available on 
the Internet at <A HREF="ftp://jclark.com/";><TT>ftp://jclark.com</TT></A>.
++<TT>onsgmls</TT>, <TT>sgmls</TT> and <A 
HREF="http://www.jclark.com/sp.html";><TT>nsgmls</TT></A> parsers, available on 
the Internet at <A HREF="ftp://jclark.com/";><TT>ftp://jclark.com</TT></A>.
+ This is <EM>not</EM> a complete system for translating
+ documents written the the <I>Standard Generalised Markup
+ Language</I> (<A HREF="http://www.sil.org/sgml/sgml.html";><B>SGML</B></A>) 
into other formats, but it can easily
+--- a/DOC/HTML/SGMLSpm/events.html
++++ b/DOC/HTML/SGMLSpm/events.html
+@@ -146,7 +146,7 @@
+ class (which will contain a list of attributes, etc. -- see
+ below), <TT>$event->file</TT> and
+ <TT>$event->line</TT> will return the file and line-number
+-in which the element appeared (if you called <TT>sgmls</TT> or <A 
HREF="http://www.jclark.com/sp.html";><TT>nsgmls</TT></A> with
++in which the element appeared (if you called <TT>onsgmls</TT>, <TT>sgmls</TT> 
or <A HREF="http://www.jclark.com/sp.html";><TT>nsgmls</TT></A> with
+ the <IT>-l</IT> flag), and
+ <TT>$event->element</TT> will return the element currently
+ in force (in this case, the same as
+--- a/DOC/HTML/SGMLSpm/sgmls.html
++++ b/DOC/HTML/SGMLSpm/sgmls.html
+@@ -22,7 +22,7 @@
+ <PRE>use SGMLS;</PRE>
+ </P>
+ <P>You must then open up a file handle from which <A 
HREF=sgmlspm.html><TT>SGMLS.pm</TT></A> can read the
+-data from an <TT>sgmls</TT> or <A 
HREF="http://www.jclark.com/sp.html";><TT>nsgmls</TT></A> process, unless you 
are reading from
++data from an <TT>onsgmls</TT>, <TT>sgmls</TT> or <A 
HREF="http://www.jclark.com/sp.html";><TT>nsgmls</TT></A> process, unless you 
are reading from
+ a standard handle like <TT>STDIN</TT> -- for example,
+ if you are piping the output from <TT>sgmls</TT> to a <A 
HREF="http://www.metronet.com/0/perlinfo/perl5/manual/perl.html";><TT>perl5</TT></A>
 script, using
+ something like</P>
+@@ -37,7 +37,7 @@
+ <A HREF=sgmlspm.html><TT>SGMLS.pm</TT></A> doesn't need to seek, so any input 
stream should
+ work.</P>
+ 
+-<P>To parse the <TT>sgmls</TT> or <A 
HREF="http://www.jclark.com/sp.html";><TT>nsgmls</TT></A> output from the 
handle, create
++<P>To parse the <TT>onsgmls</TT>, <TT>sgmls</TT> or <A 
HREF="http://www.jclark.com/sp.html";><TT>nsgmls</TT></A> output from the 
handle, create
+ a new object instance of the <TT>SGMLS</TT> class with
+ the handle as an argument, i.e.</P>
+ 
+--- a/DOC/HTML/SGMLSpm/sgmlsevent.html
++++ b/DOC/HTML/SGMLSpm/sgmlsevent.html
+@@ -114,7 +114,7 @@
+ 
+ 
+ <P>The <TT>file</TT> and <TT>line</TT> methods
+-will return useful information only if you called <TT>sgmls</TT> or <A 
HREF="http://www.jclark.com/sp.html";><TT>nsgmls</TT></A>
++will return useful information only if you called <TT>onsgmls</TT>, 
<TT>sgmls</TT> or <A HREF="http://www.jclark.com/sp.html";><TT>nsgmls</TT></A>
+ with the <IT>-l</IT> flag to include file and
+ line-number information.</P>
+ 
+--- a/DOC/HTML/sgmlspl/handlers.html
++++ b/DOC/HTML/sgmlspl/handlers.html
+@@ -61,7 +61,7 @@
+ </P>
+ <P>You will not always need to use the <IT>event</IT>
+ argument, but it can be useful if you want to report line numbers or
+-file names for errors (presuming that you called <TT>sgmls</TT> or <A 
HREF="http://www.jclark.com/sp.html";><TT>nsgmls</TT></A>
++file names for errors (presuming that you called <TT>onsgmls</TT>, 
<TT>sgmls</TT> or <A HREF="http://www.jclark.com/sp.html";><TT>nsgmls</TT></A>
+ with the <IT>-l</IT> option).  If you have a new version
+ of <A HREF="http://www.jclark.com/sp.html";><TT>nsgmls</TT></A> which accepts 
the <IT>-h</IT> option, you
+ can also use the <IT>event</IT> argument to look up
+--- a/DOC/sgmlspl.sgml
++++ b/DOC/sgmlspl.sgml
+@@ -11,6 +11,7 @@
+   <!ENTITY output.pm "<link 
linkend='output'><application>SGMLS::Output</application></link>">
+   <!ENTITY sgmlspl "<link 
linkend='sgmlspl'><application>sgmlspl</application></link>">
+   <!ENTITY perl5 "<ulink 
url='http://www.metronet.com/0/perlinfo/perl5/manual/perl.html'><application>perl5</application></ulink>">
++  <!ENTITY onsgmls "<application>onsgmls</application>">
+   <!ENTITY sgmls "<application>sgmls</application>">
+   <!ENTITY nsgmls "<ulink 
url='http://www.jclark.com/sp.html'><application>nsgmls</application></ulink>">
+   <!ENTITY LaTeX SDATA "[LaTeX]">
+@@ -231,7 +232,7 @@
+ 
+ <para>You will not always need to use the <parameter>event</parameter>
+ argument, but it can be useful if you want to report line numbers or
+-file names for errors (presuming that you called &sgmls; or &nsgmls;
++file names for errors (presuming that you called &onsgmls; or &sgmls; or 
&nsgmls;
+ with the <parameter>-l</parameter> option).  If you have a new version
+ of &nsgmls; which accepts the <parameter>-h</parameter> option, you
+ can also use the <parameter>event</parameter> argument to look up
+--- a/DOC/sgmlspm.sgml
++++ b/DOC/sgmlspm.sgml
+@@ -12,6 +12,7 @@
+   <!ENTITY sgmls.pm "<link 
linkend=SGMLSpm><application>SGMLS.pm</application></link>">
+   <!ENTITY perl5 "<ulink 
url='http://www.metronet.com/0/perlinfo/perl5/manual/perl.html'><application>perl5</application></ulink>">
+   <!ENTITY perl5 "<application>perl5</application>">
++  <!ENTITY onsgmls "<application>onsgmls</application>">
+   <!ENTITY sgmls "<application>sgmls</application>">
+   <!ENTITY nsgmls "<ulink 
url='http://www.jclark.com/sp.html'><application>nsgmls</application></ulink>">
+ ]>
+@@ -40,7 +41,7 @@
+ </artheader>
+ 
+ <para>Welcome to &sgmls.pm;, an extensible &perl5; class library for
+-processing the output from the &sgmls; and &nsgmls; parsers.
++processing the output from the &onsgmls;, &sgmls;, and &nsgmls; parsers.
+ &sgmls.pm; is free, copyrighted software available by anonymous ftp in
+ the directory <ulink
+ 
url="ftp://aix1.uottawa.ca/pub/dmeggins/";>ftp://aix1.uottawa.ca/pub/dmeggins/</ulink>.
+@@ -75,7 +76,7 @@
+ 
+ <para>&sgmls.pm; is an <link linkend=extend>extensible</link> &perl5;
+ class library for parsing the output from James Clark's popular
+-&sgmls; and &nsgmls; parsers, available on the Internet at <ulink
++&onsgmls;, &sgmls;, and &nsgmls; parsers, available on the Internet at <ulink
+ url="ftp://jclark.com/";><filename>ftp://jclark.com</filename></ulink>.
+ This is <emphasis>not</emphasis> a complete system for translating
+ documents written the the <glossterm>Standard Generalised Markup
+@@ -100,7 +101,7 @@
+ <title>How do I produce &sgml; documents?</title>
+ 
+ <para>I am presuming here that you are already experienced with &sgml;
+-and the &sgmls; or &nsgmls; parser.  For help with the parsers see the
++and the &onsgmls;, &sgmls; or &nsgmls; parser.  For help with the parsers see 
the
+ manual pages accompanying each one; for help with &sgml; see Robin
+ Cover's SGML Web Page at <ulink
+ 
url="http://www.sil.org/sgml/sgml.html";><filename>http://www.sil.org/sgml/sgml.html</filename></ulink>
+@@ -143,7 +144,7 @@
+ </programlisting>
+ 
+ <para>You must then open up a file handle from which &sgmls.pm; can read the
+-data from an &sgmls; or &nsgmls; process, unless you are reading from
++data from an &onsgmls;, &sgmls; or &nsgmls; process, unless you are reading 
from
+ a standard handle like <symbol>STDIN</symbol> &mdash; for example,
+ if you are piping the output from &sgmls; to a &perl5; script, using
+ something like</para>
+@@ -159,7 +160,7 @@
+ &sgmls.pm; doesn't need to seek, so any input stream should
+ work.</para>
+ 
+-<para>To parse the &sgmls; or &nsgmls; output from the handle, create
++<para>To parse the &onsgmls;, &sgmls; or &nsgmls; output from the handle, 
create
+ a new object instance of the <classname>SGMLS</classname> class with
+ the handle as an argument, i.e.</para>
+ 
+@@ -265,7 +266,7 @@
+ </table>
+ 
+ <para>The <command>file</command> and <command>line</command> methods
+-will return useful information only if you called &sgmls; or &nsgmls;
++will return useful information only if you called &onsgmls;, &sgmls; or 
&nsgmls;
+ with the <parameter>-l</parameter> flag to include file and
+ line-number information.</para>
+ 
+@@ -372,7 +373,7 @@
+ class (which will contain a list of attributes, etc. &mdash; see
+ below), <literal>$event->file</literal> and
+ <literal>$event->line</literal> will return the file and line-number
+-in which the element appeared (if you called &sgmls; or &nsgmls; with
++in which the element appeared (if you called &onsgmls;, &sgmls; or &nsgmls; 
with
+ the <parameter>-l</parameter> flag), and
+ <literal>$event->element</literal> will return the element currently
+ in force (in this case, the same as
+--- a/sgmlspl.1
++++ b/sgmlspl.1
+@@ -4,7 +4,7 @@
+ .\"
+ .\" ----------------------------------------------------------------------
+ .SH "NAME"
+-sgmlspl \- a simple post-processor for nsgmls
++sgmlspl \- a simple post-processor for onsgmls/nsgmls
+ .\"
+ .\" ----------------------------------------------------------------------
+ .SH "SYNOPSIS"
+@@ -24,7 +24,7 @@
+ were doc.latex, then use the following command in a Unix shell to
+ convert the SGML document:
+ 
+-nsgmls doc.sgml | sgmlspl spec.pl > doc.latex
++onsgmls doc.sgml | sgmlspl spec.pl > doc.latex
+ 
+ sgmlspl will pass any additional arguments on to the specification
+ file, which can then process them in the regular perl5 fashion.
+@@ -38,7 +38,7 @@
+ .BR /usr/share/doc/sgmls-doc/SGMLSpm/sgmls.html
+ SGMLS documentation in HTML format
+ .TP
+-.BR nsgmls (1)
++.BR onsgmls (1)
+ .\"
+ .\" ----------------------------------------------------------------------
+ .SH "AUTHOR"
+--- a/DOC/LaTeX/sgmlspm.tex
++++ b/DOC/LaTeX/sgmlspm.tex
+@@ -17,7 +17,7 @@
+ 
+ 
+ Welcome to {\sc SGMLS.pm}, an extensible {\sc perl5} class library for
+-processing the output from the {\sc sgmls} and {\sc nsgmls} parsers.
++processing the output from the {\sc onsgmls}, {\sc sgmls}, and {\sc nsgmls} 
parsers.
+ {\sc SGMLS.pm} is free, copyrighted software available by anonymous ftp in
+ the directory ftp://aix1.uottawa.ca/pub/dmeggins/.
+ You might also want to look at the documentation for {\sc sgmlspl},
+@@ -55,7 +55,7 @@
+ 
+ {\sc SGMLS.pm} is an extensible {\sc perl5}
+ class library for parsing the output from James Clark's popular
+-{\sc sgmls} and {\sc nsgmls} parsers, available on the Internet at {\tt 
ftp://jclark.com}.
++{\sc onsgmls}, {\sc sgmls}, {\sc nsgmls} parsers, available on the Internet 
at {\tt ftp://jclark.com}.
+ This is {\em not\/} a complete system for translating
+ documents written the the {\em Standard Generalised Markup
+ Language\/} ({\sc SGML}) into other formats, but it can easily
+@@ -78,7 +78,7 @@
+ 
+ 
+ I am presuming here that you are already experienced with {\sc SGML}
+-and the {\sc sgmls} or {\sc nsgmls} parser.  For help with the parsers see the
++and the {\sc onsgmls}, {\sc sgmls} or {\sc nsgmls} parser.  For help with the 
parsers see the
+ manual pages accompanying each one; for help with {\sc SGML} see Robin
+ Cover's SGML Web Page at {\tt http://www.sil.org/sgml/sgml.html}
+ on the Internet.
+@@ -121,7 +121,7 @@
+ \end{verbatim}}
+ 
+ You must then open up a file handle from which {\sc SGMLS.pm} can read the
+-data from an {\sc sgmls} or {\sc nsgmls} process, unless you are reading from
++data from an {\sc onsgmls}, {\sc sgmls} or {\sc nsgmls} process, unless you 
are reading from
+ a standard handle like {\tt STDIN} {---} for example,
+ if you are piping the output from {\sc sgmls} to a {\sc perl5} script, using
+ something like
+@@ -137,7 +137,7 @@
+ {\sc SGMLS.pm} doesn't need to seek, so any input stream should
+ work.
+ 
+-To parse the {\sc sgmls} or {\sc nsgmls} output from the handle, create
++To parse the {\sc onsgmls}, {\sc sgmls} or {\sc nsgmls} output from the 
handle, create
+ a new object instance of the {\tt SGMLS} class with
+ the handle as an argument, i.e.
+ 
+@@ -192,7 +192,7 @@
+ \end{tabular}\end{table}
+ 
+ The {\tt file} and {\tt line} methods
+-will return useful information only if you called {\sc sgmls} or {\sc nsgmls}
++will return useful information only if you called {\sc onsgmls}, {\sc sgmls} 
or {\sc nsgmls}
+ with the {\tt\sl -l\/} flag to include file and
+ line-number information.
+ 
+@@ -235,7 +235,7 @@
+ class (which will contain a list of attributes, etc. {---} see
+ below), {\tt \$event->file} and
+ {\tt \$event->line} will return the file and line-number
+-in which the element appeared (if you called {\sc sgmls} or {\sc nsgmls} with
++in which the element appeared (if you called {\sc onsgmls}, {\sc sgmls} or 
{\sc nsgmls} with
+ the {\tt\sl -l\/} flag), and
+ {\tt \$event->element} will return the element currently
+ in force (in this case, the same as
diff --git a/debian/patches/series b/debian/patches/series
index 9e0de7f..06ab056 100644
--- a/debian/patches/series
+++ b/debian/patches/series
@@ -4,3 +4,4 @@ sgmlspl-specs_location_change.patch
 No_clean_doc.patch
 Add_desc_to_pod_name.patch
 Fix_POD_Errors_SGMLS.pm.patch
+onsgmls.patch

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