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NAME

       extractattr - extract element attributes from UI and XML GUI files

SYNOPSIS

       extractattr --attr=name [ --attr=name ... ] [ --context=name ] file ...

       extractattr --help

DESCRIPTION

       extractattr  finds  all  of  the given element attributes within the given files.  It then
       writes the corresponding i18n() calls to standard output (usually redirected to rc.cpp) so
       that xgettext can parse them.  Only the attributes specified by --attr will be extracted.

       Both Qt designer (.ui) files and XML GUI (.rc) files are understood.

       This utility is part of the KDE Software Development Kit.

OPTIONS

       --attr=name
              Specifies an attribute to be extracted.  This option may be used multiple times.
              The    name    argument    must    be    of    the    form   Element,attribute   or
              Element,attribute,context.
              The context is optional,  and  is  used  in  constructing  the  i18n()  calls.   If
              specified it will override the default context set by --context.

       --context=name
              Give all i18n() calls the given context: i18n("name", ...).

       --help Display a summary of options.

EXAMPLE

       extractattr --attr=Title,data --attr=Description,data,Stencils file.ui

AUTHOR

       This utility was written by Richard Evans <rich@ridas.com> and others.
       This  manual  page  was  prepared  by Ben Burton <bab@debian.org> for the Debian GNU/Linux
       system (but may be used by others).

                                          March 20, 2005                           EXTRACTATTR(1)