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POM2(1) 		       User Contributed Perl Documentation			  POM2(1)

       pom2 - convert POD to Text, HTML, etc., with Pod::POM

	   pom2 text MyFile.pm > MyFile.txt
	   pom2 html MyFile.pm > MyFile.html
	   pom2 pod  MyFile.pm > Myfile.pod

	   pom2 format [options] MyFile.pm > Myfile.xyz

       This script uses "Pod::POM" to convert a Pod document into text, HTML, back into Pod (e.g.
       to normalise a document to fix any markup errors), or any other format for which you have
       a view module.

       If the viewer is not one of the viewers bundled with "Pod::POM", the script searches for
       an installed "Pod::POM::View" module that matches the specified format.	For example if
       you have "Pod::POM::View::DocBook" installed then you could say:

	   pod2 docbook MyFile.pm > MyFile.xml

       If any options other than "--help" are specified then they are passed to the constructor
       method of the view class.  For example:

	   pod2 docbook --root=chapter --titlecasing MyFile.pm > MyFile.xml

       would convert the Pod document to a DocBook chapter document with the titlecasing option
       enabled.  Note that any string prefixed by ""--"" is taken as a valid option and passed to
       the constructor; if no value is specified then a value of 1 is passed in.

       Andy Wardley <abw@kfs.org>

       extended by Andrew Ford <A.Ford@ford-mason.co.uk>

       This is version 0.3 of pom2.

       Copyright (C) 2000, 2001 Andy Wardley.  All Rights Reserved.

       Copyright (C) 2009 Andrew Ford.	All Rights Reserved.

       This module is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same
       terms as Perl itself.

       For further information please see Pod::POM.

perl v5.16.3				    2010-04-01					  POM2(1)
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