For people picking pieces of current rather than following it
wholesale, you need to grab src/share/sgml, src/usr.bin/sgmls,
src/usr.bin/sgmlfmt, and the mm macros from the groff that was
just imported (you can get the macros elsewhere too, just be sure
and get version 1.27--later versions are pretty buggy). This
stuff all works on 2.1[.5] systems.
Since I'm not staying -current, I've gotten the new tools from ftp.FreeBSD.ORG
and tried to generating HTML version of handbook from our Japanese version.
Great! I don't have any problem! Japanese version of Handbook in HTML has
been successfully generated with no problem.
In practice, I have one problem but it is because our japanese version of
SGML files are based on 2.1.5R and sgmls doesn't know 'ero' in the new
# In the old scheme, 'ero' is defined in
# /usr/share/sgml/FreeBSD/rep/*.general files
Although I've not checked the whole (japanese version of) generated
documents, I think it's no problem to manipulate japanese documents with
Next TODO is to discard linuxdoc and to adopt docbook?