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bookman(1)																bookman(1)

NAME
bookman - Generate a book from man pages SYNOPSIS
bookman [-pPxn] [-o outfile] [-a author] [-d date] [-r release] [-t title] [-v volume] [-c coverfile] [manfile] DESCRIPTION
bookman compiles a set of man pages files specified by manfile arguments, or if no manfile is given, filenames are read from standard input. OPTIONS
-p PDF output format. -P Postscript output format. -x X11 previewing, using gxditview(1). -n no format, output is direct gtroff intermediate format. -o outfile Output in file outfile. Default is standard output. -a author Set the author, on the cover page. -d date Set the date on the cover page. -r release Set the book name and release on the cover page. -t title Set the title on the cover page. -v volume Specify the name of the volume. -c coverfile Uses the file coverfile to generate the cover page, i.e. all pages preceding the table of content. coverfile must be in groff_ms(7) format. EXAMPLE
To build a reference manual from section 2 man, do: $ cd /usr/man/man2 $ bookman -p -t 'Unix Reference Manual' * >book.pdf SEE ALSO
man(1), mandoc(7), groff_ms(7), groff(1), troff(1), grops(1), gxditview(1), ps2pdf(1). AUTHOR
Marc Vertes <mvertes@free.fr> txt2man-1.5.5 11 April 2011 bookman(1)

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EBOOK-META(1)							      calibre							     EBOOK-META(1)

NAME
ebook-meta - part of calibre SYNOPSIS
ebook-meta ebook_file [options] DESCRIPTION
Read/Write metadata from/to ebook files. Supported formats for reading metadata: azw, azw1, azw3, azw4, cbr, cbz, chm, epub, fb2, html, htmlz, imp, lit, lrf, lrx, mobi, odt, oebzip, opf, pdb, pdf, pml, pmlz, pobi, prc, rar, rb, rtf, snb, tpz, txt, txtz, updb, zip Supported formats for writing metadata: azw, azw1, azw3, azw4, epub, htmlz, lrf, mobi, pdb, pdf, prc, rtf, tpz, txtz Different file types support different kinds of metadata. If you try to set some metadata on a file type that does not support it, the metadata will be silently ignored. Whenever you pass arguments to ebook-meta that have spaces in them, enclose the arguments in quotation marks. OPTIONS
--version show program's version number and exit -h, --help show this help message and exit -t, --title Set the title. -a, --authors Set the authors. Multiple authors should be separated by the & character. Author names should be in the order Firstname Lastname. --title-sort The version of the title to be used for sorting. If unspecified, and the title is specified, it will be auto-generated from the title. --author-sort String to be used when sorting by author. If unspecified, and the author(s) are specified, it will be auto-generated from the author(s). --cover Set the cover to the specified file. -c, --comments Set the ebook description. -p, --publisher Set the ebook publisher. --category Set the book category. -s, --series Set the series this ebook belongs to. -i, --index Set the index of the book in this series. -r, --rating Set the rating. Should be a number between 1 and 5. --isbn Set the ISBN of the book. --tags Set the tags for the book. Should be a comma separated list. -k, --book-producer Set the book producer. -l, --language Set the language. -d, --date Set the published date. --get-cover Get the cover from the ebook and save it at as the specified file. --to-opf Specify the name of an OPF file. The metadata will be written to the OPF file. --from-opf Read metadata from the specified OPF file and use it to set metadata in the ebook. Metadata specified on the command line will over- ride metadata read from the OPF file --lrf-bookid Set the BookID in LRF files SEE ALSO
The User Manual is available at http://manual.calibre-ebook.com Created by Kovid Goyal <kovid@kovidgoyal.net> ebook-meta (calibre 0.8.51) January 2013 EBOOK-META(1)
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