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RedHat 9 (Linux i386) - man page for qt2kdoc (redhat section 1)

QT2KDOC(1)			    KDOC Documentation System			       QT2KDOC(1)

NAME
       qt2kdoc -- Generates cross-reference file suitable for use with KDOC from Qt Toolkit HTML
       documentation.

SYNOPSIS
	       qt2kdoc [-u URL] [-o <destdir>] [-z] <path to qt html>

DESCRIPTION
       qt2kdoc generates a kdoc(1) cross-reference file from  the classes.html file that is
       included with the Qt GUI Toolkit HTML documentation.

       The resulting file can be used to cross-reference documentation generated with KDOC for
       other classes with the Qt HTML documentation.

OPTIONS
       --url <url>, -u <url>
	   The URL  by	which  the  Qt	documentation  can  be accessed.  This	will allow other
	   libraries to link to the Qt documentation.

       --outdir <path>, -o <path>
	   The directory where the generated index file will be written.

       --compress, -z
	   Compress the generated index with gzip. KDOC can read these compressed index files.

EXAMPLES
	       qt2kdoc -u "http://www.mydomain/src/qthtml/" \
		       $HOME/web/src/qthtml

ENVIRONMENT
       KDOCLIBS
	   If set, it is used as the default output path. It is overridden by the --outdir
	   option.

FILES
       classes.html, functions.html
	   The files from which information about the Qt library is read. They are parsed by
	   qt2kdoc.

       qt.kdoc
	   A kdoc(1) cross-reference file that will be	generated  by qt2kdoc and can be used to
	   link documentation generated by kdoc with the Qt documentation.

SEE ALSO
       This script is a utility for kdoc(1).

BUGS
       Dependent on format of Qt documentation.

AUTHOR
       Sirtaj S. Kang <taj@kde.org>, 1998.

2.0a54					    2002-03-18				       QT2KDOC(1)


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