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WMd - Website META Language Documentation Browser VERSION
2.0.12 (16-Apr-2008) SYNOPSIS
wmd [-V] [-h] DESCRIPTION
This is the documentation browsing frontend to the Website META Language (WML), a free HTML generation toolkit for Unix. See wml(1) for more details on WML. This frontend uses the Curses-based tool iSelect to provide an interactive full-screen selection of all available WML manual pages. Use this program for quick access to the documentation from within your shell session while working with WML. OPTIONS
-V, --version Gives the version identification string of WMd. Use this to determine the version of a installed WML toolkit. -h, --help Prints the usage summary page. AUTHOR
Ralf S. Engelschall SEE ALSO
wml(1) EN Tools 2014-04-16 IO::FILE=IO(0X222C0D8)(1)

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wml::fmt::text(3)						     EN Tools							 wml::fmt::text(3)

wml::fmt::text - Plain ASCII with Special Formatting Semantic SYNOPSIS
#use wml::fmt::text <: print &wml_fmt_text({ FILE => $file, OPTIONS => '--xhtml', ...}); :> <text notypo> FOO === 1. bar 2. quux a. baz b. foo ... </text> DESCRIPTION
The usage is simple: Surround the text with the "<text>" container tag and then just write plain ASCII text inside it. The corresponding HTML code is created via txt2html(3), a filter which gives the ASCII text nice formatting semantic which control the HTML result. If OPTIONS field is specified, a newer txt2html(1) filter is called instead of txt2html, which is dead upstream. This allows for instance generation of XGTML markup. The core conversion function is wml_fmt_text() which also can be used by other include files. ATTRIBUTES
These attributes can be used both in the "<text>" tag (in lowercase letters) and in "wml_fmt_text" arguments, as shown in examples above. "NOTYPO" By default, font commands are added to headings to highlight them. This attribute prevents alteration of txt2html output. "OPTIONS=str" This attribute performs two actions: select txt2html filter instead of txt2html, and str arguments are passed literally on the command line of txt2html. AUTHOR
Ralf S. Engelschall REQUIRES
Internal: P1, P2, P3, txt2html (WML) External: -- SEE ALSO
txt2html(1), txt2html(3) EN Tools 2014-04-16 wml::fmt::text(3)
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