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NAME

       bookman - Generate a book from man pages

SYNOPSIS

       bookman [-pPxn] [-o outfile] [-a author] [-d date] [-r release]
       [-t title] [-v volume] [-c coverfile] [manfile]

DESCRIPTION

       bookman compiles a set of man pages files specified by manfile arguments, or if no manfile
       is given, filenames are read from standard input.

OPTIONS

       -p     PDF output format.

       -P     Postscript output format.

       -x     X11 previewing, using gxditview(1).

       -n     no format, output is direct gtroff intermediate format.

       -o outfile
              Output in file outfile. Default is standard output.

       -a author
              Set the author, on the cover page.

       -d date
              Set the date on the cover page.

       -r release
              Set the book name and release on the cover page.

       -t title
              Set the title on the cover page.

       -v volume
              Specify the name of the volume.

       -c coverfile
              Uses the file coverfile to generate the cover page, i.e. all  pages  preceding  the
              table of content. coverfile must be in groff_ms(7) format.

ENVIRONMENT

       SOURCE_DATE_EPOCH
              Unix timestamp that is used for date in header instead of current date.

EXAMPLE

       To build a reference manual from section 2 man, do:

           $ cd /usr/share/man/man2
           $ bookman -p -t 'Unix Reference Manual' * >book.pdf

SEE ALSO

       man(1), mandoc(7), groff_ms(7), groff(1), troff(1), grops(1), gxditview(1), ps2pdf(1).

AUTHOR

       Marc Vertes <mvertes@free.fr>