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DBLATEX(1)			       Dblatex Manual Page			       DBLATEX(1)

       dblatex - convert DocBook to LaTeX, DVI, PostScript, and PDF

       dblatex [options] {file | -}

       This manual page briefly documents the dblatex command. For more details read the PDF
       manual; see below.

       dblatex is a program that transforms your SGML/XML DocBook documents to DVI, PostScript or
       PDF by translating them into pure LaTeX as a first process.  MathML 2.0 markups are
       supported, too.	It started as a clone of DB2LaTeX.

       A summary of options is included below.	For a complete description, see the PDF manual.

       -h, --help
	   Show a help message and exit.

       -b backend, --backend=backend
	   Backend driver to use: pdftex (default), dvips, or xetex.

       -B, --no-batch
	   All the tex output is printed.

       -c config, -S config, --config=config
	   Configuration file. A configuration file can be used to group all the options and
	   customizations to apply.

       -d, --debug
	   Debug mode: Keep the temporary directory in which dblatex actually works.

       -D, --dump
	   Dump the error stack when an error occurs (debug purpose).

       -e indexstyle, --indexstyle indexstyle
	   Index style file to pass to makeindex instead of the dblatex default index style.

       -f figure_format, --fig-format=figure_format
	   Input figure format: fig, eps. Used when not deduced from figure file extension.

       -F input_format, --input-format=input_format
	   Input file format: sgml, xml (default).

       -i texinputs, --texinputs texinputs
	   Path added to TEXINPUTS

       -I figure_path, --fig-path=figure_path
	   Additional lookup path of the figures.

       -l bst_path, --bst-path=bst_path
	   Additional lookup path of the BibTeX styles.

       -L bib_path, --bib-path=bib_path
	   Additional lookup path of the BibTeX databases.

       -m xslt, --xslt=xslt
	   XSLT engine to use. The available engines are: xsltproc (default), 4xslt.

       -o output, --output=output
	   Output filename. When not specified, the input filename is used, with the suffix of
	   the output format. The option is ignored if several books are chunked from a set. In
	   this case the -O option is applied instead.

       -O output_dir, --output-dir=output_dir
	   Output directory of the books built from a set. When not specified, the current
	   working directory is used instead. The option is ignored if a single document is
	   outputed, and the -o is taken into account.

       -p xsl_user, --xsl-user=xsl_user
	   An XSL user stylesheet to use. Several user stylesheets can be specified, but the
	   option order is meaningful: a user stylesheet takes precedence over previously defined
	   user stylesheets.

       -P param=value, --param=param=value
	   Set an XSL parameter from command line.

       -q, --quiet
	   Less verbose, showing only TeX output messages and error messages.

       -r script, --texpost=script
	   Script called at the very end of the tex compilation. Its role is to modify the tex
	   file or one of the compilation files before the last round.

       -s latex_style, --texstyle=latex_style
	   Latex style to apply. It can be a package name, or directly a latex package path. A
	   package name must be without a directory path and without the '.sty' extension. On the
	   contrary, a full latex package path can contain a directory path, but must ends with
	   the '.sty' extension.

       -t format, --type=format
	   Output format. Available formats: tex, dvi, ps, pdf (default).

	   DVI output. Equivalent to -tdvi.

	   PDF output. Equivalent to -tpdf.

	   PostScript output. Equivalent to -tps.

       -T style, --style=style
	   Output style, predefined are: db2latex, simple, native (default).

       -v, --version
	   Display the dblatex version.

       -V, --verbose
	   Verbose mode, showing the running commands

       -x xslt_options, --xslt-opts=xslt_options
	   Arguments directly passed to the XSLT engine

       -X, --no-external
	   Disable the external text file support. This support is needed for callouts on
	   external files referenced by textdata or imagedata, but it can be disabled if the
	   document does not contain such callouts. Disabling this support can improve the
	   processing performance for big documents.

	   User configuration directory.

	   System-wide configuration directory.

       The predefined output styles are located in the installed package directory.

	   Extra configuration directories that may contain some dblatex configuration files.

       To produce myfile.pdf from myfile.xml:

	   dblatex myfile.xml

       To set some XSL parameters from the command line:

	   dblatex -P latex.babel.language=de myfile.xml

       To use the db2latex output style:

	   dblatex -T db2latex myfile.xml

       To apply your own latex style:

	   dblatex -s mystyle myfile.xml
	   dblatex -s /path/to/mystyle.sty myfile.xml

       To pass extra arguments to the XSLT engine:

	   dblatex -x "--path /path/to/load/entity" myfile.xml

       To use dblatex and profiling:

	   xsltproc --param profile.attribute "'output'" \
		    --param profile.value "'pdf'" \
		    /path/to/profiling/profile.xsl \
		    myfile.xml | dblatex -o myfile.pdf -

       To build a set of books:

	   dblatex -O /path/to/chunk/dir -Pset.book.num=all myfile.xml

       The program is documented fully by "DocBook to LaTeX Publishing - User Manual" available
       in the package's documentation directory.

       Benoit Guillon
	   Upstream maintainer

       Andreas Hoenen <andreas.hoenen@arcor.de>
	   Debian maintainer

       Copyright (C) 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012 Andreas Hoenen

       This manual page was written for the Debian(TM) system (but it may be used by others).

       Permission is granted to copy, distribute and/or modify this document under the terms of
       the GNU General Public License, Version 2 or any later version published by the Free
       Software Foundation.

       On Debian(TM) systems, the complete text of the GNU General Public License can be found in

dblatex 0.3.4				  March 6, 2012 			       DBLATEX(1)
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