14.63. taler-terms-generator(1)

14.63.1. Name

taler-terms-generator - generate legal terms for GNU Taler services

14.63.2. Synopsis

taler-terms-generator [-a AUTHOR] [-C COPYRIGHT] [-h] [-i INPUT] [-l LANGUAGE] [-o OUTPUT] [-p PAPER] [-t TITLE]

14.63.3. Description

taler-terms-generator is a command-line tool to create terms of service

and privacy policy files in various file formats and languages from a reStructuredText (“.rst”) input. It can be used to generate the responses various GNU Taler services serve under the /terms and /pp endpoints.

-a AUTHOR

set the author information to the given AUTHOR in the meta-data of various generated outputs.

-C COPYRIGHT

set the copyright information to the given COPYRIGHT in the meta-data of various generated outputs.

-h | –help

Prints a compiled-in help text.

-i INPUT

Name of the input (.rst) file with the terms of service or privacy policy to convert.

-l LANGUAGE

Add the given LANGUAGE to the list of translations for the current INPUT. LANGUAGE must be a two-letter language code (like “de” or “it”). This will generate or update the respective “.po” files to translate the INPUT terms to this LANGUAGE.

-L LOCALE_DIR

Specify locale/ directory where GNU gettext resources for translating the input are located. If “-l” is given, this directory is where fresh or updated “.po” files will be placed, and otherwise this directory will be scanned for translations of the “.rst” input file.

-o OUTPUT

Specifies where to write the output. This should be the directory where the service expects to find the generated resources. Unless you changed the default configuration, you probably do not have to specify this value.

-p PAPER

Specifies the paper format for generated PDF documents. Can be “a4” or “letter”.

-t TITLE

Overrides the document title. By default, the title will be set to the contents of the first line of the INPUT “.rst” file.

14.63.4. See Also

taler-config(1), taler.conf(5)

14.63.5. Bugs

Report bugs by using https://bugs.taler.net/ or by sending electronic mail to <taler@gnu.org>.