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       BlogLiterately - post articles to blogs from command line


       BlogLiterately [OPTIONS] FILE


              style specification (for –hscolour-icss) –hscolour-icss
       highlight haskell: hscolour, inline style (default) –hscolour-css
       highlight haskell: hscolour, separate stylesheet –hs-nohighlight
       no haskell highlighting –hs-kate
       highlight haskell with highlighting-kate –kate
       highlight non-Haskell code with highlighting-kate (default) –no-kate
       don't highlight non-Haskell code –no-toc
       don't generate a table of contents (default) –toc
       generate a table of contents -w,–wplatex
       reformat inline LaTeX the way WordPress expects -m,–math=ITEM
       how to layout math, where –math=[=URL] -g,–ghci
       run [ghci] blocks through ghci and include output -I,–upload-images
       upload local images -C,–category=ITEM
       post category (can specify more than one) -T,–tag=ITEM
       tag (can specify more than one) –blogid=ID
       Blog specific identifier -P,–profile=STRING
       profile to use -b,–blog=URL
       blog XML-RPC url (if omitted, HTML goes to stdout) -u,–user=USER
       user name -p,–password=PASSWORD
       password -t –title=TITLE
       post title -f –format=FORMAT
       input format: markdown or rst -i –postid=ID
       Post to replace (if any) –page
       create a “page” instead of a post (WordPress only) –publish
       publish post (otherwise it's uploaded as a draft) -h –html-only
       don't upload anything; output HTML to stdout –citations
       process citations (default) –no-citations
       do not process citations -x,–xtra=ITEM
       extension arguments, for use with custom extensions -?,–help
       Display help message -V,–version
       Print version information –numeric-version
       Print just the version number


       This manual page is written by Dmitry Bogatov for Debian project but can be used by others
       under terms of GNU GPL version 3 or later.


       Tutorial and examples on project homepage [[]]


       Robert Greayer, Brent Yorgey.