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PRETTY(1)						      General Commands Manual							 PRETTY(1)

NAME
pretty - MINIX pretty printer SYNOPSIS
pretty file ... EXAMPLES
pretty file1 file2 # Convert two files to MINIX layout DESCRIPTION
Pretty converts one or more C source files to MINIX format by changing their layout. Running this program does not affect the resulting binary programs. Actually, pretty is a postprocessor for indent, which must be installed in /bin or /usr/bin. Although the output is not bad, it is not entirely consistent with the book or even with itself. PRETTY(1)

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edoc_layout(3erl)					     Erlang Module Definition						 edoc_layout(3erl)

NAME
edoc_layout - The standard HTML layout module for EDoc. DESCRIPTION
The standard HTML layout module for EDoc. See the edoc module for details on usage. EXPORTS
module(Element, Options) -> term() The layout function. Options to the standard layout: {index_columns, integer()} : Specifies the number of column pairs used for the function index tables. The default value is 1. {pretty_printer, atom()} : Specifies how types and specifications are pretty printed. If the value erl_pp is specified the Erlang pretty printer (the mod- ule erl_pp ) will be used. The default is to do no pretty printing which implies that lines can be very long. {stylesheet, string()} : Specifies the URI used for referencing the stylesheet. The default value is "stylesheet.css" . If an empty string is specified, no stylesheet reference will be generated. {sort_functions, boolean()} : If true , the detailed function descriptions are listed by name, otherwise they are listed in the order of occurrence in the source file. The default value is true . {xml_export, Module::atom()} : Specifies an xmerl callback module to be used for exporting the documentation. See xmerl:export_simple/3 for details. See also: edoc:layout/2 . overview(E, Options) -> term() package(E, Options) -> term() type(E) -> term() SEE ALSO
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Richard Carlsson <richardc@it.uu.se > edoc 0.7.7 edoc_layout(3erl)
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