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Pod::Text module provides the capabilities you need, and the base distribution includes a command line interface to the module in the form of the pod2text script
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The script takes only one argument the name of the file to translate The resulting text will be sent to STDOUT after it has been converted There are two additional, optional arguments The -a argument assumes an alternative, and in fact less capable, terminal, which removes more of the POD formatting, but it is useful on terminals that don t support formatting (see also the Pod::PlainText module) The -width argument specifies the width of the output device, where width is the width in characters of the output device
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The most compatible destination format (especially across platforms) is HTML The pod2html script works in the same way as the pod2text script:
$ pod2html scriptpl
pod2html("--infile=Modulepm","--netscape");
You can see a list of the supported arguments in Table 23-8
Unix man Pages
The online documentation on Unix is stored in *roff format, using the man macro extensions This is a special formatting system that has been part of Unix and, many years ago, part of full-scale print production systems To create a man page from raw POD source, you use the pod2man script:
$ pod2man scriptpl
The formatted output is sent to STDOUT, so you will need to redirect the output The conversion process will highlight different entities correctly Headings, page headers and footers, and formatting will all be translated to the manual pages The
Output is also sent to the standard out, so you will need to redirect the generated HTML to a file if you want to install it on a web server or view it with a browser You can also write your own script using the Pod::Html module, which exports a single function, pod2html, which accepts the same arguments as the stand-alone script; you just supply them as you would on the command line:
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Perl Documentation
Option
--flush --help --htmlroot
Description
Flush the contents of the item and directory caches created during the parsing of a POD document Print out a help message The base directory from which you reference documents relatively This is required if you expect to install the generated HTML files onto a web server The default is / Generate an index of =head1 elements at the top of the HTML file generated (default) The file name to convert You don t have to use this element; the first nonhyphenated argument is taken as a file name If you don t specify a file by either method, then it will accept input from standard input A colon-separated list of pages searched when referencing =item entries These are not the file names, just the page names as they would appear in L<> link elements Use Netscape-specific browser directives when necessary The destination file name for the generated HTML; it uses standard output if none is specified A colon-separated list of directories containing POD files and libraries The base directory prepended to each entry in the podpath command line argument The default is (dot) and the current directory Don t generate an index at the top of the HTML file generated Don t recurse into the subdirectories specified in the podpath option Recurse into the subdirectories specified in the podpath option (this is the default behavior) The contents of the <TITLE> tag in the created HTML document Produces status and progress messages during production
--index --infile
--libpods
--netscape --outfile --podpath --podroot
--nonetscape Prevent the use of Netscape-specific browser directives (default)
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--noindex --norecurse --recurse --title --verbose Table 23-8
Arguments When Converting POD to HTML
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script converts the references to other manual pages, such that interactive man-page readers, such as emacs, can access the linked pages correctly Manual pages are stored according to a series of sections that help to isolate and identify individual pages; for example, the mkdir command is in section 1, while the mkdir function is in section 3, sometimes 3C The actual section names are dependent on the variety of Unix you are using, although the major sections of 1 8 are unchanged on most systems If your POD documentation relates to a command, put it in section 1, and a extension module should be in section 3 A full list of the sections supported under System V Release 4 based Unix variants is shown in Table 23-9
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