Section: Perl Programmers Reference Guide (1)
pod2text [-aclostu] [--code] [--errors=style] [-i indent]
[-q quotes] [--nourls] [--stderr] [-w width]
[input [output ...]]
pod2text is a front-end for Pod::Text and its subclasses. It uses them to generate formatted ASCII text from POD source. It can optionally use either termcap sequences or ANSI color escape sequences to format the text.input is the file to read for POD source (the POD can be embedded in code). If input isn't given, it defaults to
"STDIN". output, if given, is the file to which to write the formatted output. If output isn't given, the formatted output is written to
"STDOUT". Several POD files can be processed in the same pod2text invocation (saving module load and compile times) by providing multiple pairs of input and output files on the command line.
"=item"entries with a colon in the left margin.:
"=over"blocks. Defaults to 4 spaces if this option isn't given.:
"die"says to throw an exception on any POD formatting error.
"stderr"says to report errors on standard error, but not to throw an exception.
"pod"says to include a POD ERRORS section in the resulting documentation summarizing the errors.
"none"ignores POD errors entirely, as much as possible.
"=head1"heading. Normally, no blank line is printed after
"=head1", although one is still printed after
"=head2", because this is the expected formatting for manual pages; if you're formatting arbitrary text documents, using this option is recommended.:
is formatted as:
@]This flag, if given, suppresses the URL when anchor text is given, so this example would be formatted as just
"foo". This can produce less cluttered output in cases where the URLs are not particularly important.
"none", in which case no quote marks are added around C<> text.
"--errors=stderr"and is supported for backward compatibility.:
"=encoding"command will be assumed to be in Latin-1, and if it's actually in UTF-8, the output will be double-encoded. See perlpod?(1) for more information on the
"POD ERRORS"section generated with
"--errors=pod"), pod2text will exit with status 0. If any of the documents being processed do not result in an output document, pod2text will exit with status 1. If there are syntax errors in a POD document being processed and the error handling style is set to the default of
"die", pod2text will abort immediately with exit status 255.
If pod2text fails with errors, see Pod::Text and Pod::Simple for information about what those errors might mean. Internally, it can also produce the following diagnostics:
The current version of this script is always available from its web site at <http://www.eyrie.org/~eagle/software/podlators/>. It is also part of the Perl core distribution as of 5.6.0.
Russ Allbery <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
Copyright 1999, 2000, 2001, 2004, 2006, 2008, 2010, 2012, 2013 Russ Allbery <email@example.com>.
This program is free software; you may redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.
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