use App::pod2pandoc;

# pod2pandoc command line script
my ($input, $opt, @args) = parse_arguments(@ARGV);
pod2pandoc($input, $opt, @args);

# parse a Perl/Pod file and print its JSON serialization
pod2pandoc( [''], {} );

# parse a Perl/Pod file and convert to HTML with a template
pod2pandoc( [''], {}, '--template', 'template.html' );

# process directory of Perl modules
pod2pandoc( [ lib => 'doc'], { ext => 'html' }, '--standalone' );


This module implements the command line script pod2pandoc.


pod2pandoc( \@input, [ \%options, ] \@arguments )

Processed input files with given pod2pandoc options (data-sections, podurl, ext, wiki, meta, update, and quiet) . Additional arguments are passed to pandoc executable via module Pandoc.

Input can be either files and/or module names or directories to recursively search for .pm and .pod files. If no input is specified, Pod is read from STDIN. When processing directories, the last input directory is used as output directory.

This function is exported by default.

parse_arguments( @argv )

Parses options and input arguments from given command line arguments. May terminate the program with message, for instance with argument --help.


This module is part of Pod::Pandoc and based on the modules Pod::Simple::Pandoc, Pod::Pandoc::Modules, Pandoc::Element and Pandoc.