Provided by: archmage_0.2.4-3_all
archmage - CHM(Compiled HTML) Decompressor.
archmage chmfile directory archmage -p port chmfile
This manual page documents briefly the archmage command. This manual page was written for the Debian distribution because the original program does not have a manual page. arCHMage is an extensible reader and decompiler for files in the CHM format. This is the format used by Microsoft HTML Help, and is also known as Compiled HTML. arCHMage is based on python-chm binding to chmlib from GnoCHM project.
There is three ways to use arCHMage package now: 1) Extract .chm to directory (directory will be created): archmage <chmfile> <directory> 2) Run as http-server, which will publish chm file contents on specified port: archmage -p <port> <chmfile> 3) Tune your apache to publish chm file contents if there is trailing slash in request to that file (you will need working mod_python for that): Add that lines to your httpd.conf: AddHandler python-program .chm PythonHandler archmod.mod_chm Restart apache. Let's suppose, you have file sample.chm in DocumentRoot of your apache. After that tuning you can receive raw chm file, if you point your browser to http://yourserver/sample.chm or you can view chm file on the fly if you point your browser to http://yourserver/sample.chm/ (note trailing slash)
/etc/archmage/arch.conf System-wide configuration file.
arCHMage Home Page: http://archmage.sf.net
arCHMage was written by Eugeny Korekin <firstname.lastname@example.org> This manual page was written by Basil Shubin <email@example.com>, for the Debian GNU/Linux system (but may be used by others). February 24, 2006 ARCHMAGE(1)