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       kmdr-executor - executor for the Kommander visual dialog building tool


       kmdr-executor  [  generic-options ] [ -c catalog ] { --stdin | file } [
       arg ... ]


       Kommander is a visual dialog building tool whose primary  objective  is
       to create as much functionality as possible without using any scripting

       More specifically, Kommander is a set of tools that allow you to create
       dynamic  GUI  dialogs  that  generate, based on their state, a piece of
       text.  The piece of text can be a command line to a program, any  piece
       of  code,  business  documents  that  contain  a  lot of repititious or
       templated text and so on.  The resulting generated  text  can  then  be
       executed  as  a  command  line  program  (hence  the name "Kommander"),
       written to a file, passed to a  script  for  extended  processing,  and
       literally  anything  else  you  can think of.  The best part of it all?
       You aren’t required to write a single line of code!

       This executor (kmdr-executor) is used to run a  dialog  that  has  been
       created  by  the  dialog  editor (kmdr-editor).  Either the dialog file
       (generally a .kmdr file) should be passed on the command-line, or  else
       the  option  --stdin should be passed and the dialog description should
       be supplied as XML on standard input.   Additional  arguments  for  the
       dialog itself may also be supplied.

       This application is part of the official KDE web development module.


       Below  are  the  kommander-specific  options.   For  a  full summary of
       options, run kmdr-editor --help.

       -c catalog
              Use the given catalog for translation.

              Read the XML dialog description from standard input  instead  of
              passing a .kmdr file on the command-line.

       arg ...
              Additional arguments to be passed on to the dialog itself.


       extractkmdr(1), kmdr-editor(1), kmdr-plugins(1), kmdr2po(1), quanta(1).

       Full user documentation is available through the KDE Help Centre.   You
       can  also enter the URL help:/kommander/ directly into konqueror or you
       can run ‘khelpcenter help:/kommander/’ from the command-line.

       If the KDE Help Centre is  not  installed  then  you  can  install  the
       package  kdewebdev-doc-html  and read this documentation in HTML format
       from /usr/share/doc/kde/HTML/en/kommander/.


       Kommander was written by Marc Britton  <>,  Eric
       Laffoon   <>,  Michal  Rudolf  <>,
       Andras Mantia <> and Trolltech.
       This manual page was prepared by Ben Burton  <>  for  the
       Debian GNU/Linux system (but may be used by others).

                                March 25, 2005