meinproc4 - KDE translator for XML
meinproc4 [--help] [Generic-options] [Qt-options] [KDE-options] [--cache file] [--check] [--htdig] [--srcdir] [--param key=value] [[[-o] | [--output]] file] [--stdout] [--stylesheet xsl] docbook_file
meinproc4 converts DocBook files to HTML.
--author Show author information. --help Show help about options. --help-all Show all options. --help-kde Show KDE specific options. --help-qt Show Qt specific options. --license Show license information. -v--version Show version information
--cache file Create a cache file for the document --check Check the document for validity The output can be a bit daunting, since one small mistake can cause a cascade of errors. The trick is to look at the first error, fix that error, save the file, and run meinproc4 again. --htdig Create a ht://dig compatible index -o, --output file Output whole document to file. --stdout Output whole document to stdout. --stylesheet xsl Stylesheet to use --srcdir dir Set the root directory to look for kdelibs --param key=value Set parameters to pass to the stylesheet.
The most common way to run meinproc4 is simply as meinproc4 docbook-file where docbook-file is usually index.docbook. This command creates HTML pages from the DocBook file. Note that these pages are only viewable in KDE-based browsers (like Konqueror). If you need to view the HTML output in another browser (for example, if you're placing it on line), use meinproc4 --stylesheet stylesheet-name docbook-file where stylesheet-name is the full path to one of the XSL stylesheets in $KDEDIR/share/apps/ksgmltools/customization. To produce output suitable for the web, you can use kde-web.xsl or kde-chunk-online.xsl. See the README file in that directory for more details.
There are probably tons of bugs. Use bugs.kde.org to report them.
1. bugs.kde.org http://bugs.kde.org
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