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debiandoc-sgml - overview of the DebianDoc-SGML formatting tools
debiandoc2* [-h] [-b basename] [-X custom_dir] [-s script] [-c] [-C] [-d declaration]
[-e extension] [-k] [-l locale] [-n onsgmls_options] [--] [source]
debiandoc2html [-L] [-X custom_dir] [-s script] [-m] [-t topname] [-1] [shared options]
debiandoc2text [-O] [-X custom_dir] [-s script] [-m] [shared options]
debiandoc2textov [-O] [-X custom_dir] [-s script] [-m] [shared options]
debiandoc2latex [-O] [-X custom_dir] [-s script] [shared options]
debiandoc2latexdvi [-O] [-X custom_dir] [-s script] [-p papersize] [-v] [shared options]
debiandoc2latexps [-O] [-X custom_dir] [-s script] [-p papersize] [-v] [-1] [shared
debiandoc2latexpdf [-O] [-X custom_dir] [-s script] [-p papersize] [-v] [shared options]
debiandoc2dvi [-O] [-X custom_dir] [-s script] [-p papersize] [-v] [shared options]
debiandoc2ps [-O] [-X custom_dir] [-s script] [-p papersize] [-v] [-1] [shared options]
debiandoc2pdf [-O] [-X custom_dir] [-s script] [-p papersize] [-v] [shared options]
debiandoc2texinfo [-O] [-X custom_dir] [-s script] [shared options]
debiandoc2info [-X custom_dir] [-s script] [-v] [shared options]
debiandoc2dbk [-s script] [shared options]
debiandoc2wiki [-O] [-s script] [-m] [shared options]
DebianDoc-SGML is an SGML DTD and a set of formatting tools. These tools convert source,
an SGML document conforming to the DebianDoc-SGML DTD, into various output formats.
Each formatting tool debiandoc2foo directs its output to basename.extension where basename
is source with any leading directory components and any trailing .sgml removed. If source
is - then the input is taken from the standard input. This option is not available with
debiandoc2html, debiandoc2latexdvi, debiandoc2latexps, debiandoc2latexpdf, debiandoc2dvi,
debiandoc2ps, debiandoc2pdf, debiandoc2info, and debiandoc2dbk.
debiandoc2html produces a subdirectory basename.html containing an HTML representation of
the input in a set of .html files. The `top level' page is named
debiandoc2text produces a plain ASCII text file basename.txt formatted to a width of 79
debiandoc2textov produces an ASCII text file basename.tov formatted to a width of 79
columns, with overstrikes for highlighting (using backspaces and repeated characters or
underscores). This is the same ASCII text output style as is generated by troff.
debiandoc2latex produces an input file basename.tex for the LaTeX typesetting system.
This can be used to produce PostScript output and PDF output.
debiandoc2latexdvi produces a DVI file basename.dvi via the LaTeX typesetting system.
This can be used to produce PostScript output.
debiandoc2latexps produces a PostScript file basename.ps via the LaTeX typesetting system.
debiandoc2latexpdf produces a PDF file basename.pdf via LaTeX typesetting system.
debiandoc2dvi produces a DVI file basename.dvi. Currently this is done via the LaTeX
typesetting system. This can be used to produce PostScript output.
debiandoc2ps produces a PostScript file basename.ps. Currently this is done via the LaTeX
debiandoc2pdf produces a PDF file basename.pdf. Currently this is done via the LaTeX
debiandoc2texinfo produces an input file basename.texinfo for the Texinfo documentation
system. This can be used to produce an Info file.
debiandoc2info produces an Info file basename.info via the Texinfo documentation system.
debiandoc2dbk produces a subdirectory basename.dbk containing an DocBook XML
representation of the input in a set of .dbk files. The `top level' page is named
basename.dbk/index.dbk. If -1 option is used, it produces a basename.dbk file instead in
the same directory without creating a subdirectory.
debiandoc2wiki produces a text file basename.wiki , part of which may be used for creation
of a Wiki page.
The following command line options are supported by all formatting tools:
Use the indicated basename instead of the default one. If applied to
debiandoc2html and given with one or more directory components, the indicated
basename is interpreted as basename/prefix with basename now consisting of the
given directory components. The resulting basename is used as described above.
The prefix is used as prefix of the set of .html files containing the HTML
representation of the input, including the `top level' page.
-c Turn on content-negotiation with encoding suffix. This causes the generated output
to be named basename.language[.encoding].extension based on the -l option argument.
The optional encoding exists only when -l option argument explicitly contains
-C Turn on content-negotiation without encoding suffix. This causes the generated
output to be named basename.language.extension based only on the language part of
-l option argument. (Good for UTF-8 locale such as 'fr.UTF-8'.)
Use the indicated SGML declaration instead of the default (
/usr/share/sgml/debiandoc/dtd/sgml/1.0/debiandoc.dcl ). If given without any
leading directory components, declaration is assumed to be in one of the
declaration directories in the SGML search paths.
Use the indicated extension instead of the default one.
-h Print the help message on stdout.
-k Keep the intermediate files in the directory with the output file(s). This
includes files in onsgmls(1)'s output format basename.sasp and basename.sasp-foo.
For LaTeX based output this also includes the files basename.aux, basename.log,
basename.tex and basename.toc, and for PostScript output the file basename.dvi as
well. Further, if the -O option and/or the -c option and/or the -e option(s)
are/is used to generate a DVI, a PDF or a PS file, respectively basename.dvi,
basename.pdf or basename.ps is also an intermediate file.
Use the indicated locale to localize the generated output. If this option is not
used or an unsupported locale is indicated, the locale 'en' which is alias of
'en_US.ISO8859-1' is used. For generic English UTF-8, use 'en.UTF-8' instead.
These will be used as a part of file name when -c or -C options are used. For
HTML, content negotiation part of file name is generated by changing the locale
value such as 'pt_BR' to a lower case one 'pt-br'. The locale value such as 'pt-
br' are also accepted as an alias for pt_BR' to make build scripts cleaner. This
will make non-HTML output to use the same suffix as HTML. See
/usr/share/perl5/DebianDoc_SGML/Locale/Alias.pm for exact locale names accepted
(left side values).
Pass the indicated options directly on to onsgmls(1). May be used more than once.
-- Separates options from the source in case the latter begins with a hyphen.
The following command line options are supported only by some formatting tools (see the
synopsis above for which tool support which option):
-1 Generate one page for HTML output. Generate 1 page per page (default) for
PostScript output (as this is the default now the option is deprecated and will
likely be removed in the future).
-L Do not add <link> tags to the header of the generated HTML file(s).
-m Put the comments in footnote style in the output.
-O Output to standard output instead of to the file basename.extension. This is
implied when input is taken from standard input.
Produce output in the indicated papersize. See papersize(5) for details.
-P Add extra <p> tags to the regenerated SGML file(s) around <list>, <enumlist>,
<taglist>, <example>, ... to work with Debiandoc SGML syntax.
Apply the specified script on the intermediate .latex or .texinfo file before
making further processing. (Or apply the specified script on the generated file)
The script is called with its argument set to [ -l locale ] inputfile outputfile .
Currently, the default value for this script hook for .tex file is set to
/usr/share/debiandoc-sgml/fixlatex which fixes Chinese Big5 encoding issues.
-S Use <sect1>, <sect2>, <sect3>, ... instead of default <section> for DocBook XML
Use the indicated topname (without extension) as the name of the `top level' page
instead of the default one.
-v Be verbose when invoking secondary processors such as latex or makeinfo.
-x Generate XHTML compliant HTML output.
You can change the locale dependent data directory from the default
/usr/share/perl5/DebianDoc_SGML/Locale/ to custom_dir directory by setting this
This may be used as a hook for user to add new locale support or to change LaTeX
header definition created by the debiandoc-sgml package without having root access
to the system.
Error messages from the validating SGML parser onsgmls(1) indicate something is wrong with
source. Make sure source conforms to the DebianDoc-SGML DTD.
Error messages from saspconvert (an internally used script of the DebianDoc-SGML package)
indicates a problem with the package itself. Please report them to the package maintainer
via Debian's bug reporting system.
If debiandoc2latexdvi, debiandoc2latexps, debiandoc2latexpdf, debiandoc2dvi, debiandoc2ps,
debiandoc2pdf, or debiandoc2info encounter an error when calling their secondary
processors, they issue an appropriate error message and indicate to use the -v option to
see the output generated by these secondary processors (which can be a lot!). The latter
three also indicate to check the log file basename.log.
If an error occurred, none of the already generated intermediate files are removed. They
are removed in the next successful conversion of the same source by the same debiandoc2foo
(unless the -k option is used).
If debiandoc2foo is about to overwrite an already existing intermediate file, it issues an
appropriate warning message (except for files in onsgmls(1)'s output format). See the
description of the -k option for a complete overview of the intermediate files.
The output from the <date> tag can be overridden by the value of environment variable
DEBIANDOC_DATE if defined.
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