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Is there a possibility to make vim helpfiles from pers POD?

I know there is pod2text, pod2html, ...

Is there somting like pod2vim too?


EDIT:

Example

=pod

=head1 Headline 1

abc

=head1 Headline 2

cde

=cut

should become

*lib*    For Vim version ...
...

1. Headline 1 ............ |lib-head1|
2. Headline 2 ............ |lib-head2|

============================================
1. Headline 1           *lib-head1*

abc

============================================
2. Headline 2           *lib-head2*

cde

============================================
 vim:...
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  • What are you trying to do? FYI, if you are in a buffer with filetype=perl and hit K, it will show you Perl's documentation. Seeing both POD and Vim's help have about five grammar rules, it should be possible to write a translator. I'd pick a language that has a reputation for being good at string substitutions using regular expressions ... if only I could think of one ...
    – Friedrich
    Feb 6 at 15:04
  • What does your favorite search engine say on the matter?
    – romainl
    Feb 6 at 15:25
  • @romainl - It says somthing about python/html/... but nothing usable about POD
    – Andy A.
    Feb 6 at 15:55
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    That's funny, because I have exactly TWO hits with Google for the query pod2vim: one for exactly what you are after and one for some random facebook profile. Try harder.
    – romainl
    Feb 6 at 16:14
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    Maybe could you have a look at How do I generate Vim documentation from Markdown notes or inline comments, or are there better ways to add documentation?. If you slightly preprocess your file with Md2Vim you should be close :-) Feb 6 at 16:41

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