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ecppl(1)		      Tntnet users guide		      ecppl(1)

NAME
       ecppl - language-extractor for ecpp(7)

SYNOPSIS
       ecppl [-I dir] [-ln] [-o	output-filename] ecpp-filename ...

DESCRIPTION
       ecppl  is the language extractor	for ecpp. Ecpp - the template language
       used with tntnet	- supports  internationalized  applications.  In  ecpp
       templates  a  tag <i18n>	changes	the meaning of curly braces. A phrase,
       which is	enclosed in curly braces, can be translated.  At  runtime  the
       phrase  is  looked up in	a language-library. This mode can be quit with
       the tag </i18n>.	Phrases	must not have newlines or tabs.

       Every phrase, which is marked as	translatable, is extracted with	 ecppl
       and  written  to	standard output	or to a	specified output-filename line
       by line.

OPTIONS
       -I dir Search include-files in directory. This  option  can  be	passed
	      multiple	times.	All specified directories are searched in turn
	      for include-files.

       -l     Extract language-phrases (the default)

       -n     Extract non-language-phrases

       -o filename
	      Specify output filename

AUTHOR
       This manual page	was written by Tommi MAxkitalo <tommi@tntnet.org>.

SEE ALSO
       tntnet(1), ecpp(7), ecppll(1).

Tntnet				  2006-07-23			      ecppl(1)

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