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hdxml2manxml -- HeaderDoc XML to MPGL translator SYNOPSIS
hdxml2manxml [-M man_section] filename [...] OPTIONS
The available options are as follows: -M the manual section for the output files filename the filename(s) to be processed ENVIRONMENT
This tool was designed to translate from headerdoc's XML output to an mxml file for use with xml2man. The tool takes a list of XML files generated with headerdoc2html (with the -X flag) and outputs a series of .mxml files (suitable for use with xml2man) in the current direc- tory. SEE ALSO
For more information on xml2man, see: xml2man(1) Darwin August 28, 2002 Darwin

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mxmldoc(1)							   Michael Sweet							mxmldoc(1)

mxmldoc - mini-xml documentation generator SYNOPSIS
mxmldoc --no-output [ filename.xml ] source file(s) ] mxmldoc [ --footer footerfile ] [ --header headerfile ] [ --intro introfile ] [ --section section ] [ --title title ] [ filename.xml ] [ source file(s) ] > filename.html mxmldoc --docset directory.docset [ --docversion version ] [ --feedname name ] [ --feedurl url ] [ --footer footerfile ] [ --header header- file ] [ --intro introfile ] [ --section section ] [ --title title ] [ filename.xml ] [ source file(s) ] mxmldoc --tokens path [ filename.xml ] [ source file(s) ] > tokens.xml mxmldoc --framed basename [ --footer footerfile ] [ --header headerfile ] [ --intro introfile ] [ --section section ] [ --title title ] [ filename.xml ] [ source file(s) ] mxmldoc [ --footer footerfile ] [ --header headerfile ] [ --intro introfile ] --man manpage [ --section section ] [ --title title ] [ file- name.xml ] [ source file(s) ] > DESCRIPTION
mxmldoc scans the specified C and C++ source files to produce an XML representation of globally accessible classes, constants, enumera- tions, functions, structures, typedefs, unions, and variables - the XML file is updated as necessary. By default, a HTML representation of the XML file is written to the standard output. Use the --no-output option to disable the HTML output. Man page source can be generated using the --man option. If no source files are specified then the current XML file is converted to the standard output. In general, any C or C++ source code is handled by mxmldoc, however it was specifically written to handle code with documentation that is formatted according to the CUPS Developer Guide which is available at "". OPTIONS
--docset directory.docset Creates an Xcode documentation set in the specified directory. --docversion version Specifies the version number for the Xcode documentation set. --feedname name Specifies the Xcode documentation set feed name, typically the project or company name. --feedurl url Specifies the Xcode documentation set feed URL which must point to an ATOM file linking to updates. --footer footerfile Inserts the specified file at the bottom of the output documentation. --framed basename Creates HTML documentation using frames - one for the table-of-contents and one for the body. --header headerfile Inserts the specified file at the top of the output documentation. --intro introfile Inserts the specified file before the table of contents. --man manpage Generated a man page instead of HTML documentation. --no-output Disables generation of documentation on the standard output. --section section Sets the section/keywords in the output documentation. --title title Sets the title of the output documentation. --tokens Generates a Tokens.xml file for use with the Xcode documentation tools. SEE ALSO
mxml(3), Mini-XML Programmers Manual, COPYRIGHT
Copyright 2003-2009 by Michael Sweet. 4 May 2009 Mini-XML mxmldoc(1)
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