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The use of
cross-translate is deprecated, but is supported for compatibility with earlier versions of OmniMark.
Used at the beginning of a program,
cross-translate indicates that the program that follows is a cross-translate program.
A cross-translation program is one that translates data from one form to another using find rules alone. Files named on the command line are processed automatically without the need of
do xml-parse and
do sgml-parse cannot be used in a cross-translation program.
Apart from this restriction, beginning your program with
cross-translate is equivalent to beginning it with the following process rule:
process submit #main-input
Aided translation types
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