Linux and UNIX Man Pages

Linux & Unix Commands - Search Man Pages

headerdoc2html(1) [osx man page]

HEADERDOC2HTML(1)					    BSD General Commands Manual 					 HEADERDOC2HTML(1)

headerdoc2html -- header documentation processor SYNOPSIS
headerdoc2html [-HXdhquvx] [-o output_dir] file [file ...] DESCRIPTION
Headerdoc2html processes the header file or files and generates HTML documentation based on specially-formatted comments. The options are as follows: -H The -H option turns on inclusion of the htmlHeader line, as specified in the config file. -X The -X option switches from HTML to XML output -d The -d option turns on extra debugging output. -h The -h option causes headerdoc to output an XML file containing metadata about the resulting document. -p The -p option turns on the C preprocessor. -q The -q option causes headerdoc to be excessively quiet. -u The -u option causes headerdoc to produce unsorted output. -v The -v option causes headerdoc to print version information. -x The -x option causes headerdoc to export fils in a format suitable for inclusion in a database. If no options are specified, headerdoc will produce directories containing its standard HTML output. FILES
/$HOME/Library/Preferences/ SEE ALSO
gatherheaderdoc(1) For more information, see the headerdoc documentation. It can be found in /Developer/Documentation/DeveloperTools if you have the developer tools package installed, or at in the developer tools documentation section. Darwin June 13, 2003 Darwin

Check Out this Related Man Page

dspluginhelperd(8)					    BSD System Manager's Manual 					dspluginhelperd(8)

dspluginhelperd -- support daemon for legacy DirectoryService plugins SYNOPSIS
dspluginhelperd [-v] DESCRIPTION
DirectoryService has been replaced by opendirectoryd(8). dspluginhelperd provides support for 3rd party DirectoryService plugins. More information can be accessed from the Darwin Open Directory Page: OPTIONS
The options are as follows: -v Display the release version. DIAGNOSTICS
See odutil(1) for information on enabling debug logging and various other options introspection of opendirectoryd. ERRORS
Error codes are available using dserr(1) or from framework headers <DirectoryService/DirServiceTypes.h>. DirectoryService.framework is dep- recated as of 10.6 and OpenDirectory.framework should be used instead. OPEN SOURCE
The source code for dspluginhelperd is available as part of Apple's Darwin open source initiative. dspluginhelperd is part of the Directory- Service project. More information on Darwin may be found on the Web at DirectoryService API and Plug-in API are documented at The headers for the deprecated DirectoryService APIs can also be found in the following location: /System/Library/Frameworks/DirectoryService.framework/Headers/ FILES
/Library/DirectoryServices/PlugIns location of third party plugins SEE ALSO
opendirectoryd(8), odutil(1), DirectoryServiceAttributes(7), dscl(1), dsmemberutil(1), dscacheutil(1), dseditgroup(8), dsenableroot(8), dserr(8), pwpolicy(8) MacOSX Jun 23, 2010 MacOSX
Man Page

4 More Discussions You Might Find Interesting

1. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers

Darwin x86

so, what's everyone's opinion on Darwin (x86 rendition)? is it worth installing at the moment? pros? cons? comments? (5 Replies)
Discussion started by: Karma
5 Replies

2. OS X (Apple)

apple section

Why I can see 3 from 80 topics in apple section? (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: kezzol
1 Replies

3. OS X (Apple)

what are OS X Developer tools .

hi all, what are OS X Developer tools. Whether Mac oS x developer tools are same as unix os x developer tools. problem .. i am trying to tomcat as daemon process. i referred Installing Apache Tomcat 6 on Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard and started to run tomcat as daemon process in unix environment.... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: deepakl28
1 Replies

4. Solaris

Host name in front of ps output

hello All. I am working on something that should be really simply. It turns out that its not. I am trying to produce output to list the hostname along with all the current running programs. the script im using is: for PS in `ps -Ao "user,args" | cut -d' ' -f1,2` do echo "`uname -n`, $PS"... (5 Replies)
Discussion started by: busi386
5 Replies

Featured Tech Videos