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       lore - convert documentations formats


       lore  [-l  linkrel]  [-d  docsdir]  [-i  input]  [-o  output] [--config
       attribute[=value] [...]] [-p] [file [...]]

       lore --help


       The --help prints out a usage message to standard output.

       -p, --plain
              Use non-flashy progress bar - one file per line.

       -n, --null
              Do not report progress at all.

       -N, --number
              Add chapter/section numbers to section headings.

       -l, --linkrel
              Where non-document links should be relative to.

       -d, --docsdir
              Where to look for .html files if no files are given.

       -e, --inputext <extension>
              The extension that your Lore input files have (default: .xhtml)

       -i, --input
              Input format. New input formats can be  dynamically  registered.
              Lore  itself  comes  with  "lore" (the standard format), "mlore"
              (allows LaTeX equations) and "man" (man  page  format).  If  the
              input  format  is  not  registered  as a plugin, a module of the
              named   input   will   be    searched.    For    example,    --i
              twisted.lore.default  is  equivalent  to  using the default Lore

       -o, --output
              Output format. Available output formats depend on the input. For
              the  core  formats, lore and mlore support html, latex and lint,
              while man allows lore.

       -x, --index <filename>
              The base filename you want to give your index file.

       -b, --book <filename>
              The book file to generate a book from.

       --prefixurl <prefix>
              The prefix to stick on  to  relative  links;  only  useful  when
              processing directories.

              Display version information and exit.

              Add  input/output-specific  information.  HTML output allows for
              'ext=<extension>',  'template=<template>'  and  'baseurl=<format
              string  for  API  URLs>'.  LaTeX  output allows for 'section' or
              'chapter' in Lore, and nothing in Math-Lore.  Lore output allows
              for  'ext=<extension>'.  Lint  output allows nothing.  Note that
              disallowed --config options are merely ignored, and do not cause


       If no files are given, all *.html documents in docsdir are processed.


       Written by Moshe Zadka


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       Copyright (C) 2003-2008 Twisted Matrix Laboratories.
       This is free software; see the source for copying conditions.  There is
       NO warranty; not even for MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR  A  PARTICULAR

                                 October 2002                  GENERATELORE(1)