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Manual Reference Pages  -  DOCBOOK2MDOC (1)

NAME

docbook2mdoc - Convert DocBook refentry to mdoc

CONTENTS

Synopsis
Description
Exit Status
Examples
See Also
Authors
Caveats

SYNOPSIS

docbook2mdoc [file]

DESCRIPTION

The docbook2mdoc utility reads file and generates mdoc(7) from the <refentry> section of DocBook source, ignoring other sections. If unspecified or -, file is taken to be standard input. The arguments are as follows:
-W Output non-fatal warning messages.

docbook2mdoc supports only well-formed XML DocBook V4.x until V5.1. Some earlier DocBook constructs are accepted as well. SGML DocBook documents may be parsed unless they contain SGML-specific constructs, such as empty end tags </>. The only non-DocBook construct recognised (and discarded) is <xi:include />.

EXIT STATUS


.Ex -std

EXAMPLES

To pipe a DocBook document foo.xml through mandoc(1) and a pager:

    % docbook2mdoc foo.xml | mandoc | more

SEE ALSO

mandoc(1), mdoc(7)

AUTHORS

docbook2mdoc was written by Kristaps Dzonsons,
.Mt kristaps@bsd.lv .

CAVEATS

The docbook2mdoc utility is experimental. As such, only a modest subset of the <refentry> domain is accepted.

The output mdoc(7) could be much nicer: trailing spaces, superfluous space removal, new-line new-sentence, and other niceties are not used.

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