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       usage: - import from a feed, Wordpress, or Dotclear files


       usage: pelican-import [-h] [--wpfile] [--dotclear] [--posterous] [--tumblr]

       [--feed] [-o OUTPUT] [-m MARKUP] [--dir-cat]
              [--dir-page]  [--filter-author  AUTHOR] [--strip-raw] [--wp-custpost] [--wp-attach]
              [--disable-slugs] [-e EMAIL] [-p PASSWORD] [-b BLOGNAME] input

       Transform feed, WordPress, Tumblr,  Dotclear,  or  Posterous  files  into  reST  (rst)  or
       Markdown (md) files. Be sure to have pandoc installed.

   positional arguments:
       input  The input file to read

   optional arguments:
       -h, --help
              show this help message and exit

              Wordpress XML export (default: False)

              Dotclear export (default: False)

              Posterous export (default: False)

              Tumblr export (default: False)

       --feed Feed to parse (default: False)

       -o OUTPUT, --output OUTPUT
              Output path (default: output)

       -m MARKUP, --markup MARKUP
              Output markup format (supports rst & markdown) (default: rst)

              Put files in directories with categories name (default: False)

              Put  files  recognised  as  pages  in "pages/" subdirectory (wordpress import only)
              (default: False)

       --filter-author AUTHOR
              Import only post from the specified author (default: None)

              Strip raw HTML code that can't be converted to  markup  such  as  flash  embeds  or
              iframes (wordpress import only) (default: False)

              Put  wordpress  custom  post  types  in  directories. If used with --dir-cat option
              directories  will  be  created  as  /post_type/category/  (wordpress  import  only)
              (default: False)

              (wordpress  import only) Download files uploaded to wordpress as attachments. Files
              will be added to posts as a list in the post header. All files will be  downloaded,
              even  if  they  aren't  associated with a post. Files with be downloaded with their
              original       path       inside       the       output       directory.       e.g.
              output/wpuploads/date/postname/file.jpg  --  Requires  an  internet  connection  --
              (default: False)

              Disable storing slugs from imported posts within output. With this  disabled,  your
              Pelican URLs may not be consistent with your original posts. (default: False)

       -e EMAIL, --email EMAIL
              Email address (posterous import only) (default: None)

       -p PASSWORD, --password PASSWORD
              Password (posterous import only) (default: None)

       -b BLOGNAME, --blogname BLOGNAME
              Blog name (Tumblr import only) (default: None)

       [--feed] [-o OUTPUT] [-m MARKUP] [--dir-cat]
              [--dir-page]  [--filter-author  AUTHOR] [--strip-raw] [--wp-custpost] [--wp-attach]
              [--disable-slugs] [-e EMAIL] [-p PASSWORD] [-b BLOGNAME] input

       pelican-import: error: too few arguments

usage: pelican-import [-h] [--wpfile] [--doJanuary 2017osterous] [--tumblr]             USAGE:(1)