|JIGSAW-GENERATOR(1)||General Commands Manual||JIGSAW-GENERATOR(1)|
jigsaw-generator - program to generate jigsaws and card sort activities
jigsaw-generator [options] puzzlefile[.yaml]
This manual page briefly documents the jigsaw-generator command.
jigsaw-generator is a program that reads a YAML data file and from it creates a "jigsaw" puzzle or card sorting activity, generally intended for classroom use. For more information, see the documentation in /usr/share/doc/jigsaw.
These programs follow the usual GNU command line syntax, with long options starting with two dashes (`-').
A summary of options is included below.
- -h, --help
- Show summary of options.
- -v, --version
- Show version information.
- -o OUTPUT, --output OUTPUT
- Use OUTPUT as the basename of the output files, rather than puzzlefile.
- --noclean, --no-clean
- Do not clean the auxiliary files which are created (such as the LaTeX file used to generate the PDF versions of the puzzle).
- Do clean the auxiliary files; this is the default behaviour.
- --latex LATEX
- The LaTeX variant to run. The default is pdflatex, but this default can be overridden by the template file used.
- --nomakepdf, --no-makepdf
- Do not make PDF output files.
- Make PDF output files; this is the default behaviour.
- --nomakemd, --no-makemd
- Do not make Markdown output files.
- Make Markdown output files; this is the default behaviour.
- --texfilter TEXFILTER
- Run the LaTeX file through TEXFILTER before running pdflatex (or whichever LaTeX variant is being used). This filter should accept the original LaTeX file on its standard input and output the filtered file on its standard output.
- --mdfilter MDFILTER
- Run the Markdown file through MDFILTER after producing it. This filter should accept the original Markdown file on its standard input and output the filtered file on its standard output.
The program reads configuration files and template files when processing the template file. For full information, see the complete documention.
The program is documented fully by the documentation included with the package, typically installed in /usr/share/doc/jigsaw-generator or /usr/local/share/doc/jigsaw-generator.
|December 18, 2015|