Provided by: ruby1.9.1_188.8.131.52-1ubuntu1_amd64
erb - an embedded Ruby language interpreter
erb1.9 [switches] [inputfile]
erb interprets a Ruby code embedded text file. For example, erb enables you to embed a Ruby code to a HTML file. A Ruby block starts with `<%' and ends with `%>'. erb replaces the block with its output. If `<%' is followed by `=', eRuby replaces the block with a value of the block. If `<%' is followed by `#', the block is ignored as a comment.
-x print ruby script -n print ruby script with line number -v enables verbose mode -d set debugging flags (set $DEBUG to true) -r library load a library -K kcode specifies KANJI code-set (euc or sjis) or UTF-8 (utf8) -S safe_level set $SAFE (0..4) -T trim_mode specify trim_mode (0..2) -P disregard the lin which starts in "%"
This document stands on eruby(1) which is written by Shugo Maeda <email@example.com>. April 2003 ERB1.9(1)