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       gsettings-schema-convert - GConf to GSettings schema conversion

       gsettings-schema-convert [option...] {file}

       gsettings-schema-convert converts between GConf and GSettings schema file formats. Note
       that the conversion is not expected to be fully automated. You are expected to verify and
       edit the result of the conversion.

       Note that GSettings schemas need to be converted into binary form with glib-compile-
       schemas before they can be used by applications.

       -h, --help
	   Print help and exit

       -o OUTPUT, --output=OUTPUT
	   Store the generated output in the file OUTPUT. If no output file is specified, the
	   generated output is written to stdout.

       -f, --force
	   Overwrite the output file if it already exists.

       -g, --gconf
	   The input file is a GConf schema.

       -s, --simple
	   Produce a GSettings schema in simple format. The simple format is easier to edit and
	   can be converted into the XML format with gsettings-schema-convert later on.

       -x, --xml
	   Produce a GSettings schema in XML format. If the output format is not explicitly
	   specified, this is the default.

       -i ID, --schema-id=ID
	   Use ID as the schema id in the generated GSettings schema.

       -d DOMAIN, --gettext-domain=DOMAIN
	   Use DOMAIN as the gettext domain in the generated GSettings schema.

       -u, --keep-underscores
	   Keep underscores in key names instead of replacing them with dashes. GSettings keys
	   should not contain any underscore.

       gsettings-data-convert(1) a related command to migrate user settings from GConf to

User Commands				    01/21/2013			    GSETTINGS-SCHEMA-C(1)
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