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pxslcc - PXSL to XML converter
pxslcc [options] file
This manual page documents briefly the pxslcc command. PXSL is a convenient shorthand for writing markup-heavy XML documents. It provides an alternative denotation for XML that focuses on the mark-up instead of the text, making handling mark-up heavy XML documents easier. Also, PXSL makes use of element defaults that can act as shortcuts or even as macros. pxslcc is a program that takes a PXSL source file and any macro definitions and generates an XML file.
A summary of options is included below. For a complete description, see the README file. -i[NUM] --indent[=NUM] Re-indent XML using NUM spaces per nesting level. -h, --header Insert an comment into the generated XML to warn against editing the XML file directly and to recommend editing the original PXSL source file instead. -x, --xslt Add default element defaults for generating XSLT files. -aFILE, --add=FILE Add the given defaults file. --export Export (print) all of the active defaults. --dump Dump internal parse format (for debugging). --help Print a synopsis of command line options. -v, --version Prints out the program version.
For more information, see the README file, that can be found on Debian systems at /usr/share/doc/pxsl-tools/README.gz or visit the home page at http://community.moertel.com/ss/space/pxsl.
pxsl-tools was written by Thomas Moertel and Bill Hubauer. This manual page was written by Kari Pahula <email@example.com>, for the Debian project (but may be used by others). 25 Jan 2008 pxsl-tools(1)