Provided by: qxw_20110923-1_amd64
qxw - create and publish crosswords
qxw [options] [file]
This manual page briefly documents the qxw command. Qxw is a program that can help you create and publish crosswords, from the simplest blocked grid to sophisticated thematic puzzles. It can make rectangular-, hexagonal- or circular-format grids with blocks, bars or both. It has an automatic grid-filling facility that can handle a wide range of answer treatments and you can even add your own answer treatment methods. Grids can be filled using letters, digits, or a mixture of both. Qxw can produce output in a range of formats ready for publication. The optional argument is the name of a crossword description file in Qxw's native format to load at start-up.
-? Show usage summary, version and licence information. -d file Load specified dictionary at start-up. The option may be repeated to load multiple dictionaries. This program also accepts the standard GTK options.
gtk-options(7). The program is documented more fully at <http://www.quinapalus.com/qxw.html>.
Qxw was written by Mark Owen. This manual page was written by Mark Owen <firstname.lastname@example.org>, for the Debian project (and may be used by others). May 31, 2011 QXW(6)