Provided by: libtk-pod-perl_0.9943-1_all bug

NAME

       Tk::Pod::Text - Pod browser widget

SYNOPSIS

           use Tk::Pod::Text;

           $pod = $parent->Scrolled("PodText",
                                    -file       => $file,
                                    -scrollbars => "osoe",
                                   );

           $file = $pod->cget('-path');   # ?? the name path is confusing :-(

DESCRIPTION

       Tk::Pod::Text is a readonly text widget that can display Pod documentation.

OPTIONS

       -file
           The named (pod) file to be displayed.

       -path
           Return the expanded path of the currently displayed Pod. Useable only with the "cget"
           method.

       -poddone
           A callback to be called if parsing and displaying of the Pod is done.

       -wrap
           Set the wrap mode. Default is "word".

       -scrollbars
           The position of the scrollbars, see also Tk::Scrolled. By default, the vertical
           scrollbar is on the right on Windows systems and on the left on X11 systems.

           Note that it is not necessary and usually will do the wrong thing if you put a
           "Tk::Pod::Text" widget into a "Scrolled" component.

       Other options are propagated to the embedded Tk::More widget.

ENVIRONMENT

       TKPODDEBUG
           Turn debugging mode on if set to a true value.

       TKPODPRINT
           Use the specified program for printing the current pod. If the string contains a %s,
           then filename substitution is used, otherwise the filename of the Pod document is
           appended to the value of "TKPODPRINT". Here is a silly example to send the Pod to a
           web browser:

               env TKPODPRINT="pod2html %s > %s.html; galeon %s.html" tkpod ...

       TKPODEDITOR
           Use the specified program for editing the current pod. If "TKPODEDITOR" is not
           specified then the first defined value of "XEDITOR", "VISUAL", or "EDITOR" is used on
           Unix. As a last fallback, "ptked" or "vi" are used, depending on platform and
           existance of a terminal.

       TKPODMANVIEWER
           Use the specified program as the manpage viewer. The manpage viewer should accept a
           manpage URL ("man://"manpage(section)).  Alternatively the special viewer "internal"
           may be used. As fallback, the default GNOME and/or KDE manpage viewer will be called.

SEE ALSO

       Tk::More Tk::Pod Tk::Pod::SimpleBridge Tk::Pod::Styles Tk::Pod::Search Tk::Pod::Search_db
       perlpod tkpod perlindex

KNOWN BUGS

       See TODO file of Tk-Pod distribution

POD TO VERIFY PodText WIDGET

       For PodText see Tk::Pod::Text.

       A "fixed width" font.

       Text in slant italics.

       A <=for> paragraph is hidden between here

       and there.

       A file: /usr/local/bin/perl.  A variable $a without markup.

       boofar is in S<>.

       Indexed items are not supported in Tk::Pod.

       Zero-effect formatting.

       German umlauts:

       auml: ä ä,
       Auml: Ä Ä,
       ouml: ö ö,
       Ouml: Ö Ö,
       Uuml: ü ü,
       Uuml: Ü Ü,
       sz: ß ß.

       Unicode outside Latin1 range: € (euro sign).

       Pod with umlaut: ExtUtils::MakeMaker.

       Details:  perlpod or perl, perlfunc.

       External links: <http://www.cpan.org> (URL), URL with link text <http://www.cpan.org>,
       perl (man page), Berliner Fernsehturm <geo:52.520685,13.409461> (geo: URL)

       Links to local sections: a section (SYNOPSIS), an item (-file, currently wrong), a working
       item (auml).

       Links to external sections: a section (DESCRIPTION in perl.pod), an item (Uncuddled elses
       in perlstyle.pod).

       Here some code in a as is paragraph

           use Tk;
           my $mw = MainWindow->new;
           ...
           MainLoop
           __END__

       Fonts: "fixed", bold, italics, normal, or file /path/to/a/file

       Mixed Fonts: "bold-fixed", bold-italics

       Non-breakable text: The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy fox.

       Modern Pod constructs (multiple <>): italic, "fixed with embedded < and >".

       Itemize with numbers:

       1.  First

       2.  Second

       3.  Thirs

       Itemize with bullets:

       ·   First

       ·   Second

       ·   Thirs

TESTING HEAD1

   TESTING HEAD2
       TESTING HEAD3

       TESTING HEAD4

       Other Pod docu: Tk::Font, Tk::BrowseEntry (not underlined, but double-clickable in
       Tk::Pod)

AUTHOR

       Nick Ing-Simmons <nick@ni-s.u-net.com>

       Current maintainer is Slaven Rezić <slaven@rezic.de>.

       Copyright (c) 1998 Nick Ing-Simmons.  Copyright (c) 2015 Slaven Rezic.  All rights
       reserved. This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under
       the same terms as Perl itself.