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sdfcli

Langue: en

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Version: 2008-05-07 (ubuntu - 07/07/09)

Section: 1 (Commandes utilisateur)

NAME

sdfcli - Command Line Interface Utility

PURPOSE

sdfcli extracts command line interface (CLI) information from applications and formats it into SDF.

USAGE

  usage  : sdfcli [-h[help]] [-o[out_ext]]
          [-l[log_ext]] [-O[out_dir]] [-w wrap]
          utility ...
 purpose: format a utility's command line interface into SDF
 version: 2.000    (SDF 2.001)
 
 

The options are:

  Option       Description
  -h           display help on options
  -o           output file extension
  -l           log file extension
  -O           output to input file's (or explicit) directory
  -w           column at which to wrap option specifications
 
 

DESCRIPTION

The -h option provides help. If it is specified without a parameter, a brief description of each option is displayed. To display the attributes for an option, specify the option letter as a parameter.

By default, generated output goes to standard output. To direct output to a file per input file, use the -o option to specify an extension for output files. If the -o option is specified without a parameter, an extension of out is assumed.

Likewise, error messages go to standard error by default. Use the -l option to create a log file per input file. If the -l option is specified without a parameter, an extension of log is assumed.

By default, generated output and log files are created in the current directory. Use the -O option to specify an explicit output directory. If the -O option is specified without a parameter, the input file's directory is used.

sdfcli executes each argument with a -h flag and converts the resultant output to nicely formatted SDF. An argument of ``-'' specifies that the help should be read from standard input.

Formatting is done as follows:

1.
lines are tagged as Example paragraphs, with the first line formatted to wrap option usage specifications nicely
2.
if a line is found that starts with 'options:', it is replaced with a Body paragraph saying ``The options are:'', and the following lines are formatted as a table of codes and descriptions
3.
if a line is found that starts with 'aliases:', it is replaced with a Body paragraph saying ``The aliases are:'', and the following lines are formatted as a table of names and descriptions
4.
each option code in the table is formatted as a hypertext jump to a tag called cmd_opt where:
cmd is the command name
opt is the option code

The -w option specifies at what column to wrap option specifications. The default is 50 - this is the best for output imported into the Mincom templates.

LIMITATIONS AND FUTURE DIRECTIONS

The table formats used are hard coded.
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