sty2dtx

       Version: v2.3

COPYRIGHT
       Copyright (c) 2010-2012 Martin Scharrer <martin@scharrer-online.de>

       This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify it
       under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the
       Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or (at your
       option) any later version.

       This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but
       WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
       MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  See the GNU
       General Public License for more details.

       You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License along
       with this program.  If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.

DESCRIPTION
       Converts a .sty file (LaTeX package) to .dtx format (documented LaTeX
       source), by surrounding macro definitions with 'macro' and 'macrocode'
       environments.  The macro name is automatically inserted as an argument
       to the 'macro' environemnt.  Code lines outside macro definitions are
       wrapped only in 'macrocode' environments. Empty lines are removed.  The
       script is not thought to be fool proof and 100% accurate but rather as
       a good start to convert undocumented style files to .dtx files.

   Basic Usage
            perl sty2dtx.pl infile [infile ...] outfile

       or

            perl sty2dtx.pl < file.sty > file.dtx

   Supported Definitions
       The following macro definitions are detected when they are at the start
       of a line (can be prefixed by \global, \long, \protected and/or
       \outer):

           \def   \edef   \gdef   \xdef
           \newcommand{\name}     \newcommand*{\name}
           \newcommand\name       \newcommand*\name
           \renewcommand{\name}   \renewcommand*{\name}
           \renewcommand\name     \renewcommand*\name
           \providecommand{\name} \providecommand*{\name}
           \providecommand\name   \providecommand*\name
           \@namedef{\name}       \@namedef\name

       The following environment definitions are detected when they are at the
       start of a line:

           \newenvironment{name}  \renewenvironemnt{name}  \provideenvironment{name}

       The macro and environment definition must either end at the same line
       Variables can be defined using

         --<VAR>=<VALUE>

       or

         --<VAR> <VALUE>

       and will be used for substitutions in the template file.

       Common variables:

             author, email, maintainer, year (for copyright),
             version, date, description (of package/class),
             type (either 'package' default or 'class'),
             filebase (automatically set from output or input file name),

   Options
       -h           Print this help text
       -H           Print extended help
       -V           Print version and copyright
       -v           Be verbose
       -o output    Use given file as output
       -O           Overwrite already existing output file(s)
       -B           Use basename of single input file for output file
       -I           Also create .ins (install) file
       -c           Only use code section (like v1.0)
       -r           Remove existing 'macro', 'macrocode', etc. environments.
       -R           Do not remove existing 'macro', 'macrocode', etc.
       environments.
       -i ins-file  Create .ins file with given name
       -t template  Use this file as template instead of the default one
       -T template  Use this file as template for the .ins file
       -e file      Export default .dtx template to file and exit
       -E file      Export default .ins template to file and exit
       -D           Use current date as file date
       -F file      Read more options and variables from file.
       -N           Do not read default config file; must be the first option

   Config files
       A default config file either named 'sty2dtx.cfg' or '.sty2dtx.cfg' is
       searched in the current directory, the users home directory and the
       directory of this script, in this order. The first one found is loaded.
       If none is found the 'texmf' tree is searched for a 'sty2dtx.cfg'
       config file.  As with -F files the config file should contain one
       option or variable per line.  Lines starting with '"%"' or '"#"' are
       ignored.

Examples
       Produce 'file.dtx' from 'file.sty':

           sty2dtx.pl < file.sty > file.dtx

       or

           sty2dtx.pl file.sty -i file.sty file.dtx

       or

           sty2dtx.pl -IB file.sty

       Set custom variable values:

           sty2dtx.pl --author Me --email me@there.com mypkg.sty mypkg.dtx

       Produce DTX file for a class:

           sty2dtx.pl --type class mycls.sty mycls.dtx

AUTHOR
       Martin Scharrer

       E-mail: martin@scharrer-online.de

       WWW: http://www.scharrer-online.de <http://www.scharrer-online.de>

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