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       newlispdoc - generate documentation from newLISP source comments


       newlispdoc [-s] [-d] lisp-file1 [lisp-file2 ...]

       newlispdoc [-s] [-d] [-url] urls-file


       newlispdoc is a commandline utility written in newLISP to generate HTML documentation from
       comments written in newLISP source files.  Consult  /usr/share/doc/newlisp/newLISPdoc.html
       for  a detailed description on how to write comments usable for newlispdoc. The newlispdoc
       command should be executed from inside the directory where the newLISP source files can be
       found.  The  generated documentation files will have .html added to the name of the source
       file. An index.html page is generated, which is listing for each file  links  to  all  the
       documented  functions.  If the current directory contains the file newlispdoc.css, it will
       be used for formatting HTML output. For a sample see  util/newlispdoc.css  in  the  source


       -s     this  option  causes  newlispdoc to also generate a syntax highlighted HTML file of
              the source. A link to this file will be present in the HTML documentation  of  this
              file. The generated file will have the added extension .src.html.

       -d     also generate a link to the raw unformatted sourcefile.

              is  a  commented  newLISP  source  file  from  which  a  documentation file will be

       -url   this option is used to retrieve newLISP source files for documentation from  remote

              is a file containing urls of newLISP source files, one url per line.


       Generate all documentation form files in the current directory.
              newlispdoc afile.lsp bfile.lsp

       Generate  documentation  and  syntax  highlighted HTML versions from all lisp files in the
       current directory and also supply a download link.
              newlispdoc -s -d *.lsp

       Retrieve source files for documentation from remote locations. Each file is  specified  on
       one line in urls.txt with its http:// address.
              newlispdoc -s -url urls.txt


       newlispdoc  returns  a  zero  exit status for normal exit or writes a usage message if not
       enough paramneters are supplied.


       Lutz Mueller <>


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