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NAME

       yodlpost - Yodl post-processor

SYNOPSIS

       yodlpost [options] index yodlout [out]

DESCRIPTION

       The  Yodl post processor is used to solve references into the converted
       text, and to split (where  appropriate)  the  converted  Yodl  text  in
       parts.  Some conversions do not require post-processing, such as LaTeX,
       but most do. Therefore, in most cases a Yodl conversion consists of two
       phases:

       o      First,  yodl(1)  is  called,  producing a raw output file and an
              associated index file;

       o      Then, yodlpost(1) is called, converting these two files  into  a
              final  document.   Normally,  yodl2...(1)  scripts  are  used to
              perform complete Yodl conversions.

OPTIONS

       -x ext: extension of  the  out-s  if  different  from  out's  extension
       itself. If omitted, and out has no extension, ypp (Yodl Post Processor)
       is used.

SEE ALSO

       yodlstriproff(1),    yodl(1),    yodlbuiltins(7),    yodlconverters(1),
       yodlletter(7), yodlmacros(7), yodlmanpage(7), yodlverbinsert(1).

BUGS

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AUTHOR

       Frank B. Brokken (f.b.brokken@rug.nl),