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rundoc replaces special commands embedded within text files with their output in a specified format. Currently, only docbook format is supported. Give rundoc a try to see what it’s really capable of!









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In line with the other documentation packages, rundoc allows one to quickly and easily generate HTML or PDF from a set of input files. It can also be used to replace special commands embedded within text files with their output in the desired format. Currently, only docbook format is supported. Give rundoc a try to see what it’s really capable of!
rundoc Type: HTML Generator
How it works:
By default, rundoc reads text files to be converted to a web page. The syntax of these input files is used to determine which to convert, the output format and how to generate it.
Input File Syntax
The input file consists of a series of tags (e.g. ). The tags are delimited by the characters ‘/’, ‘.’, ‘!’ or ‘$’. The conversion process will find every instance of the first tag encountered that is in the format:
format [ format […]] format is an optional tag that tells the program how to format the output. Currently, only , , or are supported as the format. To see what other possible formats are available, use the command rundoc –listformats.
The format [ format […]] is made up of a series of tags (e.g. ), in which the first tag is either the format or a particular element to format. Each following tag is either an element (e.g. ) or another format (e.g. ). The number of tags in the format [ format […]] determines the final output and it’s syntax. Here is an example:




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Easy to use wrapper for the rdoc tool. rdoc (Ruby Documentation) is a documentation generator which takes a Ruby code file and generates a web page with detailed documentation of the code.

rdoc is not a documentation tool in the traditional sense.
It can be used as a general purpose tool to generate HTML documentation for a Ruby codebase.
It is not a GUI tool, and does not provide a WYSIWYG editor.
rdoc doesn’t generate an API. To see this, run rdoc your_code_file
rdoc is missing options to control the generated HTML documentation.

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The rundoc command will allow you to replace any command embedded within a text file with its output. To test out the command, type the following:

rundoc –help

This command will produce output like the following:

usage: rundoc [–input /path/to/input/file] [–output /path/to/output/file] [–dry-run] [–no-input] [–no-format] [–no-examples] [–process-file] [–max-args]

Changes any command embedded in input file to output in specified format.



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An Intel Pentium 3 GHz or better processor
Windows XP or newer
A 400 MHz or faster graphics card with 128 MB of RAM
A DirectX 9.0c compatible video card with 1 GB RAM
A minimum of 8 GB of available hard drive space
Operating System: Windows XP (or newer)
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