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NAME

       asciidoctor - converts AsciiDoc source files to HTML, DocBook and other formats

SYNOPSIS

       asciidoctor [OPTION]... FILE...

DESCRIPTION

       The asciidoctor(1) command converts the AsciiDoc source file(s) FILE to HTML5, DocBook 5,
       DocBook 4.5, man(ual) page and other custom output formats.

       If FILE is - then the AsciiDoc source is read from standard input.

OPTIONS

   Security Settings
       -B, --base-dir=DIR
           Base directory containing the document and resources. Defaults to the directory
           containing the source file, or the working directory if the source is read from a
           stream. When combined with the safe mode setting, can be used to chroot the execution
           of the program.

       -S, --safe-mode=SAFE_MODE
           Set safe mode level: unsafe, safe, server or secure. Disables potentially dangerous
           macros in source files, such as include::[]. If not set, the safe mode level defaults
           to unsafe when Asciidoctor is invoked using this script.

       --safe
           Set safe mode level to safe. Enables include directives, but prevents access to
           ancestor paths of source file. Provided for compatibility with the asciidoc command.
           If not set, the safe mode level defaults to unsafe when Asciidoctor is invoked using
           this script.

   Document Settings
       -a, --attribute=ATTRIBUTE
           Define, override or delete a document attribute. Command-line attributes take
           precedence over attributes defined in the source file unless the value ends with @.

           ATTRIBUTE is normally formatted as a key-value pair, in the form NAME=VALUE. Alternate
           acceptable forms are NAME (where the VALUE defaults to an empty string), NAME!
           (unassigns the NAME attribute) and NAME=VALUE@ (where VALUE does not override value of
           NAME attribute if it’s already defined in the source document). Values containing
           spaces should be enclosed in quotes.

           This option may be specified more than once.

       -b, --backend=BACKEND
           Backend output file format: html5, docbook5, docbook45 and manpage are supported out
           of the box. You can also use the backend alias names html (aliased to html5) or
           docbook (aliased to docbook5). Other values can be passed, but if Asciidoctor cannot
           resolve the backend to a converter, it will fail. Defaults to html5.

       -d, --doctype=DOCTYPE
           Document type: article, book, manpage or inline. Sets the root element when using the
           docbook backend and the style class on the HTML body element when using the html
           backend. The book document type allows multiple level-0 section titles in a single
           document. The manpage document type enables parsing of metadata necessary to produce a
           man page. The inline document type allows the content of a single paragraph to be
           formatted and returned without wrapping it in a containing element. Defaults to
           article.

   Document Conversion
       -D, --destination-dir=DIR
           Destination output directory. Defaults to the directory containing the source file, or
           the working directory if the source is read from a stream. If specified, the directory
           is resolved relative to the working directory.

       -E, --template-engine=NAME
           Template engine to use for the custom converter templates. The gem with the same name
           as the engine will be loaded automatically. This name is also used to build the full
           path to the custom converter templates. If a template engine is not specified, it will
           be auto-detected based on the file extension of the custom converter templates found.

       -e, --eruby
           Specifies the eRuby implementation to use for executing the custom converter templates
           written in ERB. Supported values are erb and erubis. Defaults to erb.

       -I, --load-path=DIRECTORY
           Add the specified directory to the load path, so that -r can load extensions from
           outside the default Ruby load path. This option may be specified more than once.

       -n, --section-numbers
           Auto-number section titles. Synonym for --attribute sectnums.

       -o, --out-file=OUT_FILE
           Write output to file OUT_FILE. Defaults to the base name of the input file suffixed
           with backend extension. The file is resolved relative to the working directory. If the
           input is read from standard input or a named pipe (fifo), then the output file
           defaults to stdout. If OUT_FILE is -, then the output file is written to standard
           output.

       -R, --source-dir=DIR
           Source directory. Currently only used if the destination directory is also specified.
           Used to preserve the directory structure of files converted within this directory in
           the destination directory. If specified, the directory is resolved relative to the
           working directory.

       -r, --require=LIBRARY
           Require the specified library before executing the processor, using the standard Ruby
           require. This option may be specified more than once.

       -s, --no-header-footer
           Suppress the document header and footer in the output.

       -T, --template-dir=DIR
           A directory containing custom converter templates that override one or more templates
           from the built-in set. (requires tilt gem)

           If there is a subfolder that matches the engine name (if specified), that folder is
           appended to the template directory path. Similarly, if there is a subfolder in the
           resulting template directory that matches the name of the backend, that folder is
           appended to the template directory path.

           This option may be specified more than once. Matching templates found in subsequent
           directories override ones previously discovered.

   Processing Information
       --failure-level=LEVEL
           The minimum logging level that triggers a non-zero exit code (failure). If this option
           is not set (default: FATAL), the program exits with a status code zero even if
           warnings or errors have been logged.

       -q, --quiet
           Silence warnings.

       --trace
           Include backtrace information on errors. Not enabled by default.

       -v, --verbose
           Verbosely print processing information and configuration file checks to stderr.

       -t, --timings
           Display timings information (time to read, parse and convert).

   Program Information
       -h, --help [TOPIC]
           Print the help message. Show the command usage if TOPIC is not specified (or not
           recognized). Dump the Asciidoctor man page (in troff/groff format) if TOPIC is
           manpage.

       -V, --version
           Print program version number.

           -v can also be used if no other flags or arguments are present.

ENVIRONMENT

       Asciidoctor honors the SOURCE_DATE_EPOCH environment variable. If this variable is
       assigned an integer value, that value is used as the epoch of all input documents and as
       the local date and time. See https://reproducible-builds.org/specs/source-date-epoch/ for
       more information about this environment variable.

EXIT STATUS

       0
           Success.

       1
           Failure (syntax or usage error; configuration error; document processing failure;
           unexpected error).

BUGS

       Refer to the Asciidoctor issue tracker at
       https://github.com/asciidoctor/asciidoctor/issues?q=is%3Aopen.

AUTHORS

       Asciidoctor was written by Dan Allen, Ryan Waldron, Jason Porter, Nick Hengeveld and other
       contributors.

       AsciiDoc was written by Stuart Rackham and has received contributions from many other
       individuals.

RESOURCES

       Project web site: https://asciidoctor.org

       Git source repository on GitHub: https://github.com/asciidoctor/asciidoctor

       GitHub organization: https://github.com/asciidoctor

       Discussion list / forum: http://discuss.asciidoctor.org

COPYING

       Copyright (C) 2012-2018 Dan Allen, Ryan Waldron and the Asciidoctor Project. Free use of
       this software is granted under the terms of the MIT License.

AUTHORS

       Dan Allen

       Sarah White

       Ryan Waldron