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Súbor: [Platon] / vimdoc / vim2html.pl (stiahnutie)

Revízia 1.1.1.1, Wed Apr 3 17:17:50 2002 UTC (22 years, 3 months ago) by host8


Zmeny od 1.1: +0 -0 [lines]

Imported project vimdoc -- transform vim help files to man, html or
LaTeX format.

#!/usr/bin/env perl

# converts vim documentation to simple html
# Sirtaj Singh Kang (taj@kde.org)

# Wed Oct  8 01:15:48 EST 1997

$date = `date`;
chop $date;

%url = ();

# Read the specified tag file.  For each tag, convert the filename into a
# hyperlink and save it in an associative array using the tag as the index.
sub readTagFile
{
    my($tagfile) = @_;
    local( $tag, $file, $name );

    open(TAGS,"$tagfile") || die "can't read tags\n";

    while( <TAGS> ) {
        s/</&lt;/g;
        s/>/&gt;/g;

        # For each line in the tag file, save the first two items
        # into backreferences, the first holding the tag itself,
        # and the second holding the file containing the tag.
        /^(.*)\t(.*)\t/;

        $tag = $1;
        ($file= $2) =~ s/.txt$/.html/g;

        $url{ $tag } = "<A HREF=\"$file#$tag\">$tag</A>";

        #print "($tag, $file, $tag)\n";
    }
    close( TAGS );
}

# Convert the specified text file into an html file.  For each line in the
# file, convert any words between asterices into page anchors, and convert
# any words between bar characters into hyperlinks.
sub vim2html
{
    my( $infile ) = @_;
    local( $outfile );

    open(IN, "$infile" ) || die "Couldn't read from $infile.\n";

    # Strip off any path information from the supplied filename.
    # TODO: will this work on DOS paths using a backslash?
    ($outfile = $infile) =~ s%.*/%%g;
    $outfile =~ s/\.txt$//g;

    open( OUT, ">$outfile.html" )
            || die "Couldn't write to $outfile.html.\n";

    print OUT<<EOF;
<HTML>
<HEAD><TITLE>$outfile</TITLE></HEAD>
<BODY BGCOLOR="#ffffff">
<H1>Vim Documentation: $outfile</H1>
<HR>
<PRE>
EOF

    while( <IN> ) {
        s/</&lt;/g;
        s/>/&gt;/g;

        # Convert tags between asterices into page targets
        s/\*([^*\s]*)\*/\*<A NAME="$1"><B>$1<\/B><\/A>\*/g;

        # Convert tags between bars into hyperlinks
        s/\|([^|\s]*)\|/\|$url{$1}\|/g;

        print OUT $_;
    }
    print OUT<<EOF;
</PRE>
<p><i>Generated by vim2html on $date</i></p>
</BODY>
</HTML>
EOF

}

# Display the usage information for the script.
sub usage
{
die<<EOF;
vim2html.pl: converts vim documentation to HTML.
usage:

    vim2html.pl <tag file> <text files>
EOF
}

# Main processing

if ( scalar(@ARGV) < 2 ) {
    usage();
}

print "Processing tags...\n";
readTagFile( $ARGV[ 0 ] );

# Individually process each file pattern supplied on the command line.
foreach $file ( 1..$#ARGV ) {
    # Process each pattern as if it contains wildcards.
    while ($filename = <$ARGV[$file]>) {
    print "Processing ".$filename."...\n";
    vim2html( $filename );
    }
}

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