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    The following form allows you to view linux man pages.

    Command:

    xgettext

    
    
    

    SYNOPSIS

           xgettext [OPTION] [INPUTFILE]...
    
    
    

    DESCRIPTION

           Extract translatable strings from given input files.
    
           Mandatory  arguments  to  long  options are mandatory for short options
           too.  Similarly for optional arguments.
    
       Input file location:
           INPUTFILE ...
                  input files
    
           -f, --files-from=FILE
                  get list of input files from FILE
    
           -D, --directory=DIRECTORY
                  add DIRECTORY to list for input files search
    
           If input file is -, standard input is read.
    
       Output file location:
           -d, --default-domain=NAME
                  use NAME.po for output (instead of messages.po)
    
           -o, --output=FILE
                  write output to specified file
    
           -p, --output-dir=DIR
                  output files will be placed in directory DIR
    
           If output file is -, output is written to standard output.
    
       Choice of input file language:
           -L, --language=NAME
                  recognise the specified language (C, C++, ObjectiveC, PO, Shell,
                  Python,   Lisp,  EmacsLisp,  librep,  Scheme,  Smalltalk,  Java,
                  JavaProperties,  C#,  awk,  YCP,  Tcl,  Perl,  PHP,  GCC-source,
                  NXStringTable, RST, Glade)
    
           -C, --c++
                  shorthand for --language=C++
    
           By  default  the  language  is guessed depending on the input file name
           extension.
    
       Input file interpretation:
           --from-code=NAME
                  encoding of input files (except for Python, Tcl, Glade)
    
           By default the input files are assumed to be in ASCII.
    
                  Python, Lisp, EmacsLisp, librep, Scheme,  Java,  C#,  awk,  Tcl,
                  Perl, PHP, GCC-source, Glade)
    
           -k, --keyword[=WORD]
                  additional  keyword  to be looked for (without WORD means not to
                  use default keywords)
    
                  (only languages C, C++, ObjectiveC, Shell, Python,  Lisp,  Emac-
                  sLisp,  librep,  Scheme,  Java,  C#,  awk,  Tcl, Perl, PHP, GCC-
                  source, Glade)
    
           --flag=WORD:ARG:FLAG
                  additional flag for strings inside the argument  number  ARG  of
                  keyword WORD
    
                  (only  languages  C, C++, ObjectiveC, Shell, Python, Lisp, Emac-
                  sLisp, librep, Scheme, Java, C#, awk, YCP, Tcl, Perl, PHP,  GCC-
                  source)
    
           -T, --trigraphs
                  understand  ANSI  C  trigraphs for input (only languages C, C++,
                  ObjectiveC)
    
           --qt   recognize Qt format strings (only language C++)
    
           --kde  recognize KDE 4 format strings (only language C++)
    
           --boost
                  recognize Boost format strings (only language C++)
    
           --debug
                  more detailed formatstring recognition result
    
       Output details:
           -e, --no-escape
                  do not use C escapes in output (default)
    
           -E, --escape
                  use C escapes in output, no extended chars
    
           --force-po
                  write PO file even if empty
    
           -i, --indent
                  write the .po file using indented style
    
           --no-location
                  do not write '#: filename:line' lines
    
           -n, --add-location
                  generate '#: filename:line' lines (default)
    
                  width, into several lines
    
           -s, --sort-output
                  generate sorted output
    
           -F, --sort-by-file
                  sort output by file location
    
           --omit-header
                  don't write header with 'msgid ""' entry
    
           --copyright-holder=STRING
                  set copyright holder in output
    
           --foreign-user
                  omit FSF copyright in output for foreign user
    
           --package-name=PACKAGE
                  set package name in output
    
           --package-version=VERSION
                  set package version in output
    
           --msgid-bugs-address=EMAIL@ADDRESS
                  set report address for msgid bugs
    
           -m, --msgstr-prefix[=STRING]
                  use STRING or "" as prefix for msgstr entries
    
           -M, --msgstr-suffix[=STRING]
                  use STRING or "" as suffix for msgstr entries
    
       Informative output:
           -h, --help
                  display this help and exit
    
           -V, --version
                  output version information and exit
    
    
    

    AUTHOR

           Written by Ulrich Drepper.
    
    
    

    REPORTING BUGS

           Report bugs to <bug-gnu-gettext@gnu.org>.
    
    
    

    COPYRIGHT

           Copyright   (C)  1995-1998,  2000-2007  Free  Software  Foundation,  Inc.
           License     GPLv3+:     GNU     GPL     version     3     or      later
           <http://gnu.org/licenses/gpl.html>
           This  is  free  software:  you  are free to change and redistribute it.
           There is NO WARRANTY, to the extent permitted by law.
    
    
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