Provided by: ruby1.9.1_1.9.3.484-2ubuntu1_amd64 bug

NAME

       erb - an embedded Ruby language interpreter

SYNOPSIS

       erb1.9.1 [switches] [inputfile]

DESCRIPTION

       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.

OPTIONS

       -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 "%"

SEE ALSO

       eruby(1)

AUTHOR

       This document stands on eruby(1) which is written by Shugo Maeda <shugo@ruby-lang.org>.

                                            April 2003                                  ERB1.9(1)