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daps - A complete environment to build HTML, PDF, ePUB and other formats from DocBook XML.
daps -d DC-file [GLOBAL OPTIONS] subcommand [COMMAND OPTIONS] daps --main MAIN-file [GLOBAL OPTIONS] subcommand [COMMAND OPTIONS]
DAPS contains a set of stylesheets, scripts and Makefiles that enable you to create HTML, PDF, ePUB and other formats from DocBook XML with a single command. It also contains tools to generate profiled source tarballs for distributing your XML sources for translation or review. DAPS also includes tools that assist you when writing DocBook XML: linkchecker, validator, spellchecker, editor macros and stylesheets for converting DocBook XML. Most of DAPS' functionality can be accessed with the command daps. Run daps help to access the built-in tool documentation. If you want information about a specific command, you can run daps subcommand help
--adocattr="NAME=VALUE" Overwrite, define or delete an AsciiDoc document attribute. >To overwrite an attribute already defined in the AsciiDoc document, use NAME=VALUE, or just NAME for attributes without a value. To delete a value set in the document use NAME!. To set a value that is not already set in the document, use NAME=VALUE@. Default: unset. This option can be specified multiple times. Only works with AsciiDoc sources and is ignored otherwise. --adocimgdir=IMAGE_DIR Specify a directory for the images used in the AsciiDoc sources. Must contain all images, subdirectories are ignored. Not required if the images reside in the directory structure required for DocBook projects (see DAPS manual). Default: unset. Only works with AsciiDoc sources and is ignored otherwise. --builddir=BUILDDIR Directory where every output DAPS generates will end up. Default: DOC DIR/build/ --color=(0|1) By default errors, results, warnings and certain info messages are printed in color using bash color codes. Set to '0' to turn off colors. Default: 1 (when the output does not go to a terminal, colored output will be disabled automatically). --commands Show a list of available DAPS sub commands. --debug Print debugging messages. Alternatively see the --verbosity options for an output that is better readable. --docconfig=DC-FILE, -d DC-FILE Path to doc config file to use. Mandatory unless there is only a single DC-FILE in the current directory or unless you have configured a default value (DOCCONF_DEFAULT) in ~/.config/daps/dapsrc. Default: unset. Note: Options --docconfig and --main exclude each other. --fb_styleroot=PATH_TO_STYLESHEET Fallback styleroot directories. Can only be used in conjunction with --styleroot. By default, the DocBook stylesheets are used as a fallback if custom styles for an output format are not present. With this option you can specify a list of alternative fallbacks (space separated absolute paths). The directories will be tested in the order specified, the first one that applies to the requested format, will be used. The original DocBook stylesheets will be used as a last resort. Useful if you have forks of your custom stylesheets. Default: unset. --force Force a rebuild of the document even when an up-to-date version exists. --help, -h Help --jobs Specify how many parallel jobs to use. Higher numbers will significantly increase the processing speed, but will also set your machine under heavy load, up to a point where it may become (temporarily) unresponsive. Default: Use as man jobs as available CPU cores. --main=FILE, -m FILE Path to the main file defining your document. Note: Options --main and --docconfig exclude each other. --schema=URN URN to a DocBook 5 schema that is to be used for validation. Will be ignored when validating DocBook 4 documents. Note: To validate with a local schema, specify an absolute path with the file:// prefix (e.g. file:///foo/schema.rnc) --styleroot=PATH_TO_STYLESHEET By default, DAPS uses the DocBook Stylesheets to create output. If you have your own set of stylesheets, specify the absolute path to the stylesheet directory here. The DocBook stylesheets will be used as a fallback in case styles are not defined for all output formats. --verbosity=0, -v0 Verbosity Level 0 (print 1 line of results) --verbosity=1, -v1, -v Verbosity Level 1 (print intermediate results) --verbosity=2, -v2, -vv Verbosity Level 2 (print all files created) --verbosity=3, -v3, -vvv Verbosity Level 3 (print all commands, very verbose). Parallelization of jobs will be turned off, to increase the readability. --version Print the version number --xsltprocessor=PROCESSOR Specify an XSLT processor that is used to transform the XML files. Currently supported are "xsltproc" and "saxon" (version 6). Default: xsltproc
help Print this help Generate Documents epub Generates an ePUB book html Generates an HTML book (chunked or single file HTML) man Generates a man page mobi Generates an Amazon Kindle eBook pdf Generates a PDF book (color, grayscale, printable) text Generates an ASCII book webhelp Generates an HTML book with collapsible TOC and search (experimental) File Lists list-file Lists the filename that contains the ID specified with the mandatory parameter --rootid. list-srcfiles List source files (XML sources, images, entity declarations, DC-file) used by the document reference by the DC-file list-srcfiles-unused List files from the xml/ and images/src/ directories not used by the document reference by the DC-file. list-images-missing List images referenced in the XML sources but missing in the images' source directory list-images-multisrc List images for which have the same basename (e.g. foo.svg and foo.png). Refer to the DAPS manual for more information. Cleaning up clean Remove all profiled sources and temporary files clean-images Remove all generated images clean-package Remove all generated package data for the given DC-file. Generated images and profiled sources will not be deleted. clean-results Remove all generated books, archives, and log files for the given DC-file. Generated images and profiled sources will not be deleted. clean-all, real-clean Remove everything generated by DAPS. Packaging package-html Provide an HTML tarball (chunked HTML or single HTML), desktop, document, and/or page files (for KDE and GNOME). package-pdf Provide a PDF, desktop, document, and/or page files (for KDE and GNOME) package-src Provide a TAR archive with profiled XML sources or AsciiDoc sources and graphics files. Deploying locdrop Provide everything that is needed to translate the sources. online-docs Provide a profiled XML bigfile, a graphics tarball (PNG only), color-pdf, ePUB, and a single-html archive. Not supported for AsciiDoc projects. unpack-locdrop Unpack a localization drop packages source. Not supported for AsciiDoc projects. Other Commands checklink Linkchecker for links from <ulink> tags. getimages List or display images from a profiled DocBook XML file. optipng Optimize (size) source PNGs. profile Profile XML sources. spellcheck Spellchecks the file specified with --file or the document specified by --rootid. stylecheck Performs a style check on the given DC-file or rootid. Not supported for AsciiDoc projects. validate Validate profiled XML sources. Automatically profiles the XML sources if needed. Not supported for AsciiDoc projects. xmlformat Prettify the XML source files using daps-xmlformat. Not supported for AsciiDoc projects. File and Directory Names target-name Print resulting file name for target. target may be one of pdf, epub, pdf, txt target-dir-name Print resulting directory name for target. target may be html, man or webhelp Debugging bigfile Creates a single “big” XML file by resolving xi:includes. Useful for detecting validation errors that cannot be found otherwise. Not supported for AsciiDoc projects. dapsenv Print a list of the most important make variables and their value images Generates all images for the given DC-file or rootid showvariable Print value of a given make variable: daps showvariable VARIABLE=VARIABLE_NAME
Generate a single HTML page: daps -d DC-example html --single Generate ePUB using custom stylesheets: daps -d DC-example --styleroot /usr/share/xml/docbook/stylesheets/daps2013 epub Generate PDF for the print shop using the XEP formatter daps -d DC-example pdf --formmatter=xep --grayscale --cropmarks Check links and show the result in a browser daps -d DC-example checklink --show
/etc/daps/config The system wide configuration file. See the file's inline documentation for detailed information. ~/.config/daps/dapsrc The per user configuration file. See the inline documentation of /etc/daps/config for detailed information.
https://opensuse.github.io/daps/ DAPS project homepage DAPS Quick Start Contains an overview of basic concepts and how to create your documents. DAPS User Guide Is intended for users who want to make efficient use of DocBook XML for editing and publishing their documentation. Key knowledge of XML and DocBook is expected, as well as key knowledge of using the Bash Shell (or command line interfaces in general).
Frank Sundermeyer <email@example.com> Developer Thomas Schraitle <firstname.lastname@example.org> Developer Stefan Knorr Developer Berthold Gunreben Previous Developer of susedoc Jana Jaeger Previous Developer of susedoc
1. DAPS Quick Start https://opensuse.github.io/daps/doc/art.daps.quick.htm 2. DAPS User Guide https://opensuse.github.io/daps/doc/book.daps.user.html