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Martin A. Brown aa17eb26fd Merge pull request #7 from mwhudson/python3.6-compat 5 years ago
contrib bumping version to tldp-0.7.13 6 years ago
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tldp - tools for publishing from TLDP sources

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:alt: MIT license

This package was written for the Linux Documentation Project (TLDP) to help
with management and publication automation of source documents. The primary
interface provided is a command-line tool caalled `ldptool`. The canonical
location of this software is:


The `ldptool` executable can:

- crawl through any number of source collection directories
- crawl through a single output collection
- match the sources to the outputs (based on document stem name)
- describe supported source formats (`--formats`)
- describe the meaning of document status (`--statustypes`)
- describe the collection by type and status (`--summary`)
- list