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               makekdedoc [--rule-file=<rulefile>] [--libdir=<libdir>]
                       [--outputdir=<outputdir>] [--url=<url>]
                       [--srcdir=<kdelibs src dir>]
                       [--kdoc=<path to kdoc>] [<library>...]

               makekdedoc --help


       This is a perl script that uses KDOC to generate documen­
       tation for kdelibs. A "rule" file is used to figure out
       the libraries to document, the order in which to document
       them and the libraries with which each one will be cross-
       referenced (eg kdeui uses -lkdecore). See "FILES" for more

       NOTE: The script assumes that you have already generated a
       Qt cross-reference using qt2kdoc[1].


       Defaults for each option are in square brackets.

           Specify the libraries to document.  By default, all
           libraries defined by the rule file are documented.

       --outputdir <path>, -d <path>
           The directory where the output will be writ­
           ten.   [`cwd`/srcdoc]

       --url <url>, -u <url>
           The base URL by which the generated docs will be
           accessed. For example, if your web server is config­
           ured to use $HOME/public_html for your home page, you
           could set the outputdir to $HOME/public_html/srcdoc
           and the url to http://myhost/~mylogin/srcdoc. [output

       --rule-file <path>, -r <path>
           The path to the rule file to use for generating the
           documentation.  [<srcdir>/kdoc.rules]

       --libdir <path>, -L <path>
           The directory in which the KDOC cross-reference files
           are stored. [$KDOCLIBS if set, otherwise $HOME/.kdoc]

       --kdoc <path>, -k <path>
           The path to the kdoc program. [kdoc]

       --kdocopt <options>, -p <options>
           Extra options to be passed to kdoc.

       Rule file
           This file lists the directories in the source direc­
           tory to document. It also lists the files to document
           from each directory, and the libraries with which to
           cross-reference the generated documentation. Here is a
           small example that documents two libraries and links
           the second to the first.

                   # makekdedoc rule file
                   doc_MODULES = eenie meenie

                   # rules for eenie
                   eenie_FILES = *.h
                   eenie_LIBS = -lqt

                   # rules for meenie
                   meenie_FILES = a.h b.h
                   meenie_LIBS = -leenie -lqt

           In this example, all files in "eenie/*.h" will be doc­
           umented then two files from "meenie/" will be docu­
           mented, in the order declared in "doc_MODULES".


       See kdoc[1] and qt2kdoc[1].


               makekdedoc $Revision: 1.2 $


       The script and this documentation were written by Sirtaj
       Singh Kang <taj@kde.org> in April 1999.

2.0a54                      2000-10-10              MAKEKDEDOC(1)

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