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NAME

       lepton-cli - Lepton EDA Command-Line Utility

SYNOPSIS

       lepton-cli [OPTION ...] COMMAND [ARGS ...]

DESCRIPTION

       lepton-cli  is part of the Lepton EDA (Electronic Design Automation) toolset.  It provides
       a number of small command-line utilities for working with schematic and symbol files,  and
       is  designed to be used for batch processing of designs created using the schematic editor
       lepton-schematic(1).  It currently has three built-in COMMANDs:

       lepton-cli export is used to create SVG, PDF, PNG, PS and EPS  files  from  schematic  and
       symbol files, for printing or embedding in other documents.

       lepton-cli  config  allows  reading  and  writing settings in Lepton EDA project, user and
       system configuration stores.

       lepton-cli shell provides a Scheme REPL for command-line  batch  processing  of  schematic
       data.

GENERAL OPTIONS

       --no-rcfiles
               Prevent `gafrc' Scheme initialisation files from being loaded.

       -h, --help
               Print a help message.

       -V, --version
               Print lepton-cli version information.

EXPORTING IMAGE FILES

       lepton-cli export [OPTION ...] -o OUTPUT [--] FILE ...

       lepton-cli  export can export schematic and symbol files in a variety of image formats for
       printing or further processing.  It  currently  supports  single-page  PNG,  SVG  and  EPS
       output, and multi-page PS and PDF output.  It accepts a variety of options for controlling
       how the output is formatted.

       -o, --output=FILE
               Output generated image data to FILE.

       -f, --format=(png | pdf | svg | ps | eps)
               Specify an output format.  Usually, this option is not required,  because  lepton-
               cli  export  will  infer  the correct format from the file extension of the output
               file.

       -p, --paper=NAME
               Size the output for a particular paper size.  The NAME should be a PWG 5101.1-2002
               paper name.  For example, valid values include `iso_a4', `na_letter', or `na_d'.

       -l, --layout=(auto | landscape | portrait)
               When  using  a paper size, set the orientation of the output.  If `auto' layout is
               used, the orientation that best fits the drawing will be used.

       -s, --size=(auto | WIDTH:HEIGHT)
               Size the output with specific dimensions.  If the size is `auto', select the  size
               that best fits the drawing.

       -k, --scale=FACTOR Set the output scale
               FACTOR.  This  is a distance identical with 100 points (1 default grid spacing) in
               lepton-schematic(1) coordinate space. It is used to size the output  when  neither
               --paper nor --size are given, and defaults to 100 mil.

       -m, --margins=(auto | TOP[:LEFT[:BOTTOM[:RIGHT]]])
               Set  the  widths  of  the  margins to be used.  If `auto' margins are specified, a
               sensible default value will be chosen.  Up to four margin widths can be  provided.
               If  one  is provided, it will be used on all four sides.  If two are provided, the
               first will be used for the top/bottom and the second for the left/right.  If three
               are  provided,  the first will be used for the top, the second for left/right, and
               the third for the bottom.

       -a, --align=(auto | HALIGN:VALIGN)
               Set how the drawing is aligned within the page.  HALIGN  controls  the  horizontal
               alignment,  and  VALIGN the vertical.  Each alignment value should be in the range
               0.0 to 1.0.  The `auto' alignment is equivalent to  a  value  of  `0.5:0.5',  i.e.
               centered.

       -d, --dpi=DPI
               Set the number of pixels per inch used when generating PNG output.

       -c, --color
               Enable colour output.

       --no-color
               Disable color output.

       -F, --font=FONT-FAMILY
               Set the font to be used for drawing text.

       --      Treat  all  remaining arguments as schematic or symbol filenames.  Use this if you
               have a schematic or symbol filename which begins with `-'.

       The --size, --margins, or --scale options described above accept  values  using  units  of
       `mm',  `cm', `in', `pc', `px', or `pt'.  If you do not provide a unit, points are assumed.
       N.b. that `px' are evaluated relative to the current --dpi setting.

       When using the --size, --margins, or --align options with multiple  values,  you  may  use
       `;',  or  `  '  as  a  separator  between them instead of `:'. In such a case, remember to
       properly quote your arguments to avoid them to be interpreted by your shell.

ACCESSING CONFIGURATION

       lepton-cli config [OPTION] [GROUP KEY [VALUE]]

       lepton-cli config is a basic utility for inspecting and modifying Lepton EDA configuration
       stores.

       If a GROUP and KEY are specified, retrieves the value of that configuration parameter.  If
       a VALUE is specified, sets the value of that parameter.  The -p, -u and -s options can  be
       used  to  select  the  configuration store affected (by default, the project configuration
       store for the current working directory).  If no GROUP and KEY are provided,  outputs  the
       filename of the selected configuration store.

       -p, --project[=PATH]
               Select the project configuration store of the project located in PATH.  If no PATH
               is provided, selects the project in the current working directory.

       -u, --user
               Select the user configuration store.

       -s, --system
               Select the system configuration store.  Depending on user permissions, the  system
               configuration store may be read-only.

SCHEME PROCESSING

       lepton-cli shell [OPTION ...]

       lepton-cli  shell  provides a Scheme Read-Eval-Print Loop (REPL) for automating processing
       of schematic and symbol files.  It is designed to be used with the Lepton EDA Scheme API.

       -s FILE Evaluate Scheme source code from FILE, and exit.

       -c EXPR Evaluate the Scheme expression EXPR, and exit.

       --      Stop scanning arguments; run interactively.

       -L DIRECTORY
               Prepend DIRECTORY to the list of directories to be searched for Scheme files.

       -l FILE Evaluate Scheme source code from FILE.

       The -s, -c and -- switches stop argument processing and pass all the  remaining  arguments
       as the value of `(command-line)'.

ENVIRONMENT

       GEDADATA
               specifies  the  search  directory  for  Scheme  and  rc  files.   The  default  is
               `${prefix}/share/lepton-eda'.

       GEDADATARC
               specifies the search directory for rc files.  The default is `$GEDADATA'.

AUTHORS

       See the `AUTHORS' file included with this program.

COPYRIGHT

       Copyright © 2012-2017 gEDA Contributors.
       Copyright © 2017-2018 Lepton Developers.
       License GPLv2+: GNU GPL version 2 or later. Please see the `COPYING'
       file included with this program for full details.

       This is free software: you are free to change and redistribute it.
       There is NO WARRANTY, to the extent permitted by law.

SEE ALSO

       lepton-schematic(1).

       For more information on the Scheme API, see the lepton-scheme Texinfo manual.  If the info
       program is properly installed at your site, the command

              info lepton-scheme

       should give you access to the complete manual.