SYNOPSIShlins [options] [infile]
DESCRIPTIONhlins is a program that inserts hypertext links into html documents, according to one or several data bases associating addresses (url's) to names. hlins is designed for inserting links for persons: It knows about abbreviations of first and middle names and tolerated dropping of the last part of a composite last name.
If no file argument is given then input is taken from stdin; when no output option (see below) is given then output goes to stdout.
For a complete description, see the documention in html format.
OPTIONShlins follows the usual GNU command line syntax, with long options starting with two dashes (`--').
- -o, --output-file file
- Write to file instead of standard output
- -h, --help
- Show a summary of options.
- -v, --version
- Show the version of the program.
- -q, --quiet
- Surpress diagnostic output.
- -db, --data-bases files ...
- Use files ... as data bases
- -m, --modify files ...
- Dont't act as filter but perform in-pace modifications of files.
- -R, --recursive
- Recursively descend into directories and act on all files with names ending on .html.
- -td, --tmp-dir dir
- Use directory dir to create temporary files.
- List the address data bases in HTML format to stdout.
default directory for creating temporay files.
VERSIONThis manual pages describes version 0.39.
AUTHORRalf Treinen <[email protected]>.