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FOP(1)								   User Commands							    FOP(1)

NAME
fop - Command line wrapper for the java version of fop. DESCRIPTION
Apache FOP (Formatting Objects Processor) is a print formatter driven by XSL formatting objects (XSL-FO) and an output independent format- ter. It is a Java application that reads a formatting object (FO) tree and renders the resulting pages to a specified output. Output for- mats currently supported include PDF, PS, PCL, AFP, XML (area tree representation), Print, AWT and PNG, and to a lesser extent, RTF and TXT. The primary output target is PDF. SYNOPSIS
fop [options] [-fo|-xml] infile [-xsl file] [-awt|-pdf|-mif|-rtf|-tiff|-png|-pcl|-ps|-txt|-at [mime]|-print] <outfile> OPTIONS
-version print FOP version and exit -d debug mode -x dump configuration settings -q quiet mode -c cfg.xml use additional configuration file cfg.xml -l lang the language to use for user information -r relaxed/less strict validation (where available) -dpi xxx target resolution in dots per inch (dpi) where xxx is a number -s for area tree XML, down to block areas only -v run in verbose mode (currently simply print FOP version and continue) -o [password] PDF file will be encrypted with option owner password -u [password] PDF file will be encrypted with option user password -noprint PDF file will be encrypted without printing permission -nocopy PDF file will be encrypted without copy content permission -noedit PDF file will be encrypted without edit content permission -noannotations PDF file will be encrypted without edit annotation permission -a enables accessibility features (Tagged PDF etc., default off) -pdfprofile prof PDF file will be generated with the specified profile (Examples for prof: PDF/A-1b or PDF/X-3:2003) -conserve Enable memory-conservation policy (trades memory-consumption for disk I/O) (Note: currently only influences whether the area tree is serialized.) INPUT
infile xsl:fo input file (the same as the next) (use '-' for infile to pipe input from stdin) -fo infile xsl:fo input file -xml infile xml input file, must be used together with -xsl -atin infile area tree input file -ifin infile intermediate format input file -imagein infile image input file (piping through stdin not supported) -xsl stylesheet xslt stylesheet -param name value <value> to use for parameter <name> in xslt stylesheet (repeat '-param name value' for each parameter) -catalog use catalog resolver for input XML and XSLT files OUTPUT
outfile input will be rendered as PDF into outfile (use '-' for outfile to pipe output to stdout) -pdf outfile input will be rendered as PDF (outfile req'd) -pdfa1b outfile input will be rendered as PDF/A-1b compliant PDF (outfile req'd, same as "-pdf outfile -pdfprofile PDF/A-1b") -awt input will be displayed on screen -rtf outfile input will be rendered as RTF (outfile req'd) -pcl outfile input will be rendered as PCL (outfile req'd) -ps outfile input will be rendered as PostScript (outfile req'd) -afp outfile input will be rendered as AFP (outfile req'd) -tiff outfile input will be rendered as TIFF (outfile req'd) -png outfile input will be rendered as PNG (outfile req'd) -txt outfile input will be rendered as plain text (outfile req'd) -at [mime] out representation of area tree as XML (outfile req'd) specify optional mime output to allow the AT to be converted to final format later -if [mime] out representation of document in intermediate format XML (outfile req'd) specify optional mime output to allow the IF to be converted to final format later -print input file will be rendered and sent to the printer see options with "-print help" -out mime outfile input will be rendered using the given MIME type (outfile req'd) Example: "-out application/pdf D:out.pdf" (Tip: "-out list" prints the list of supported MIME types) -svg outfile input will be rendered as an SVG slides file (outfile req'd) Experimental feature - requires additional fop-sandbox.jar. -foout outfile input will only be XSL transformed. The intermediate XSL-FO file is saved and no rendering is performed. (Only available if you use -xml and -xsl parameters) EXAMPLES
fop foo.fo foo.pdf fop -fo foo.fo -pdf foo.pdf (does the same as the previous line) fop -xml foo.xml -xsl foo.xsl -pdf foo.pdf fop -xml foo.xml -xsl foo.xsl -foout foo.fo fop -xml - -xsl foo.xsl -pdf - fop foo.fo -mif foo.mif fop foo.fo -rtf foo.rtf fop foo.fo -print fop foo.fo -awt HYPENATION
fop can make use of external hyphenation rules that can be supplied in the form of a hyphenation jar. You can find such a one at http://offo.sourceforge.net/. To actually use that, set the FOP_HYPHENATION_PATH environment variable to the full path of this file, or use configuration files, see below. CONFIGURATION FILES
fop reads two configuration files on startup: /etc/fop.conf and $HOME/.foprc. These are plain shell script files where you can define for instance the FOP_HYPHENATION_PATH variable. JAVA-WRAPPERS NOTE This program is a shell script wrapper based on java-wrappers(7). You therefore benefit from several features; please see the java-wrap- pers(7) manual page for more information about them. AUTHOR
Wrapper author: Ola Lundqvist <opal@debian.org> This manual page was written by Mathieu Malaterre <mathieu.malaterre@gmail.com>, for the Debian project (and may be used by others). SEE ALSO
fop-ttfreader(1), java-wrappers(7). fop Version 1.0 January 2012 FOP(1)

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