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Manual Reference Pages  -  TEXI2MDOC (1)

NAME

texi2mdoc - convert texinfo documents to mdoc

CONTENTS

Synopsis
Description
Exit Status
See Also
Authors
Caveats
Security Considerations

SYNOPSIS

texi2mdoc [-I dirs] [file]

DESCRIPTION

The texi2mdoc utility converts documents to mdoc(7) mixed with tbl(7) (if applicable). By default, texi2mdoc reads from standard input. Its arguments are as follows:
-I dirs
  Colon-separated directories to search for @include files.
file A Texinfo input file. If specified, the directory of file is prepended to the list of -I directories.

texi2mdoc can understand a significant subset of the texinfo language. It recognises itself as a plaintext formatter. The produced document’s title is set to the file filename and the description is set to the @settitle command’s contents.

EXIT STATUS


.Ex -std

SEE ALSO

mdoc(7), tbl(7)
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AUTHORS

The texi2mdoc utility was written by
.An Kristaps Dzonsons Aq Mt kristaps@bsd.lv .

CAVEATS

The output consists of superfluous 'Pp' that cause to complain.

Many commands that might contain useful information (such as @footnote) are thrown away.

The comma in Texinfo macro arguments may at times be escaped with a backslash. This is not supported.

SECURITY CONSIDERATIONS

As a security precaution, texi2mdoc does not allow the inclusion (via @include or @verbatiminclude) of absolute paths or paths with .. as directory components.
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