Provided by: xfpt_0.09-1_amd64
xfpt - make XML from plain text
xfpt [options] [source file]
xfpt converts a marked up text file to XML. The markup is simple and consists of lines that begin with a dot ("directive lines") and sequences in the text that begin with an ampersand ("flags"). The flag sequences are not built-in, but are defined by directives. As well as the in-built directives, macros can be used to implement higher level concepts. A standard set of macros and flags that generate DocBook XML is provided. There is a full description in the xfpt specification, which is distributed as a PDF file, an HTML file, and as 0
-help This causes xfpt to output its "usage" information and then exit. -o file This specifies the output file. The default is the standard output if no source file is given, and the source file name with a .xml extension otherwise. -S directory This specifies an alternative "share" directory in which to find standard configuration files. -v Output the xfpt version and exit.
Philip Hazel University Computing Service Cambridge CB2 3QG, England. XFPT(1)