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landslide - html5 slideshow generator

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NAME

landslide - html5 slideshow generator

SYNOPSIS

landslide [ options] input.md ...

DESCRIPTION

Landside is a tool which can generates an HTML5 slideshow using lightweight markup as input.
You can write your slide contents easily using there syntaxes:
Markdown
ReStructuredText
Textile
This tool support CSS/JS theming, PDF export (using PrinceXML Python library), embed images with Base64 (for stand-alone document) and fancy transitions.
A sample presentation is available here: <http://ionelmc.github.io/python-darkslide/>.

OPTIONS

-h, --help
show help message and exit
-b, --debug
Will display any exception trace to stdin
-d FILE, --destination=FILE
The path to the to the destination file: .html or .pdf extensions allowed (default: presentation.html)
-e ENCODING, --encoding=ENCODING
The encoding of your files (defaults to utf8)
-i, --embed
Embed stylesheet and javascript contents, base64-encoded images in presentation to make a standalone document
-l LINENOS, --linenos=LINENOS
How to output linenos in source code. Three options are available: no (no line numbers); inline (inside <pre> tag); table (lines numbers in another cell, copy-paste friendly)
-m, --math-output
Enable mathematical output using mathjax
-o, --direct-output
Prints the generated HTML code to stdin; won't work with PDF export
-q, --quiet
Won't write anything to stdin (silent mode)
-r, --relative
Make your presentation asset links relative to current pwd; This may be useful if you intend to publish your html presentation online.
-t THEME, --theme=THEME
A theme name, or path to a landslide theme directory
-v, --verbose
Write informational messages to stdin (enabled by default)
-w, --watch
Watch the source directory for changes and auto-regenerate the presentation
-x EXTENSIONS, --extensions=EXTENSIONS
Comma-separated list of extensions for Markdown

DIAGNOSTICS

Note: PDF export requires the `prince` program: http://princexml.com/

AUTHOR

Damien Raude-Morvan <drazzib@debian.org>
March 2011 Darkslide