|<B>--helpB>||Prints this help.|
|<B>--readfile | -rB>||Perl module to be parsed for building a pod.|
|<B>--writefile | -wB>||
Output file to write the pod.
If this filename has a pm extension, it also writes the perl code which was read from the origin.
If this filename has a pod extension or any other, it only writes the pod content.
If there is no --writefile used and no --print, it overwrites the file set via --readfile.
My personal warning: as long this is a new software, better backup your pm file before overwriting it directly.
|<B>--print | -pB>||
Instead of writing to a file, you can print to STDOUT the generated pod file.
|<B>--readdir | -dB>||Scans a directory recursiv for pm files and generates the pod for them.|
|<B>--update | -uB>||In combination with --readdir it updates only files which have been poded with autopod in the past. An alternative is to write somewhere in the pm file the magic word AUTOPODME.|
|<B>--podB>||In combination with --readdir it writes separat pod files instead of updating the original pm files. They will be parallel to the pm file.|
|<B>--poddirB>||It writes the pod files to a separate directory. --pod is automatically enabled when using --poddir.|
In combination with --readdir it prints the filenames which are written.
|<B>--version | -vB>||
Prints the version of Pod::Autopod.
licence is LGPL
by Andreas Hernitscheck ahernit(AT)cpan.org
|perl v5.20.3||AUTOPOD (1)||2014-09-29|