NAME

html2wiki - convert HTML into wiki markup

SYNOPSIS

html2wiki [options] [file]

Options:

    --dialect=dialect    Dialect name, e.g. "MediaWiki" (required unless
                         the WCDIALECT environment variable is used)

    --encoding=encoding  Source encoding (default is 'utf-8')
    --base-uri=uri       Base URI for relative links (optional)
    --wiki-uri=uri       URI fragment for wiki links (optional)
    --no-wrap-in-html    Don't wrap input in <html> and </html> (default is to wrap)

    --help               Show this message

Example:

    html2wiki --dialect MediaWiki --encoding iso-8859-1 \
        --base-uri http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ \
        --wiki-uri http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ \
        input.html > output.wiki

DESCRIPTION

html2wiki is a command-line interface to HTML::WikiConverter, which it uses to convert HTML to wiki markup.

DIALECTS

Consult HTML::WikiConverter for a list of known dialects that may be given in --dialect. Note that if the dialect given in --dialect is not installed on your system (e.g. if you specify MediaWiki but have not installed its dialect module, HTML::WikiConverter::MediaWiki) a fatal error will be issued.

INPUT/OUTPUT

Input is accepted on STDIN, so you may pipe the output from another program into html2wiki. For example:

  curl http://example.com/input.html | html2wiki --dialect MediaWiki

You may also specify a file to read HTML from:

  html2wiki --dialect MediaWiki input.html

Output is sent to STDOUT, though you may redirect it on the command line:

   html2wiki --dialect MediaWiki input.html > output.wiki

Or you may pipe it into another program:

   html2wiki --dialect MediaWiki input.html | less

AUTHOR

David J. Iberri, <diberri@cpan.org>

COPYRIGHT & LICENSE

Copyright 2006 David J. Iberri, all rights reserved.

This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.

SEE ALSO

HTML::WikiConverter