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NAME

       daps-init - A command to set up a DAPS documentation directory.

SYNOPSIS

       daps-init {--docdir PATH_TO_DOC_DIR} [OPTIONS]

DESCRIPTION

       daps-init is used to create a DAPS documentation project from scratch. It automatically
       sets up the key files and directory structure needed and creates an example DocBook 4 or 5
       document which can be used to explore DAPS' functionality.

       Specifying the project directory with --docdir is mandatory, all other options are
       optional. Specifying a name for the document with --name is recommended—it will be used in
       filenames. Setting the title of the document with --title is also recommended.

OPTIONS

       --docdir DIR
           Path to the project directory under which the DAPS environment will be set up. If the
           directory does not exists, it will be created. Mandatory.

       --dapsroot DIR
           Specify the path to the directory where daps-init can find the template files
           (directory init-templates/). This is only necessary if you have installed DAPS in a
           custom directory. Default: /usr/share/daps

       --date YYYY-MM-DD
           Specify a date in the format YYYY-MM-DD. Will be used to set the publication date of
           the document. (<date/> in the document's info section). Default: Current date
           (<?dbtimestamp format=\"B d, Y\"?>)

       --docbook4
           Create a document in DocBook 4 format (default).

       --docbook5
           Create a document in DocBook 5 format.

       --name NAME
           String that will be used in filenames (e.g. when generating PDF or HTML output). Only
           use letters, digits, dashes and underscores [A-Za-z0-9-_]. Default: daps-example

       --productname "PRODUCT"
           Specify a name for the product the document describes. Will be used in the subtitle of
           the document (<productname/> in the document's info section).

       --productnumber "PRODUCT_VERSION"
           Specify a version for the product the document describes. Will be used in the subtitle
           of the document (<productnumber/> in the document's info section). Requires
           --productname.

       --rootelement article|book
           DocBook root element of the example document. Currently supported are "book" and
           "article" (default).

       --title "TITLE"
           Title of the document. Default: "DAPS Example"

SEE ALSO

       https://opensuse.github.io/daps/
           DAPS project homepage

AUTHOR

       Frank Sundermeyer <fsundermeyer@opensuse.org>
           Developer