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Including Other Files

The contents of filename will be inserted wherever the document contains

<<< filename

If the file is specified with an .rd or .rb extension, it will be interpreted as RD documentation.

If the filename has no extension, rdtool will look for a file with an extension that matches the type of output being produced (.html for HTML files, .man for man files, and so on) and interpolate that file's contents in the output stream. Thus, a line such as:

<<< header

could be used to add an output-dependent header to a document.
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