Yes, it is misleading on the site.  You can use the following on the 
command line (assuming all the relevant jars are in your classpath):

java org.apache.fop.apps.Fop file.pdf


At 09:41 PM 8/8/01 -0700, you wrote:
>  <<Charlie Wu.vcf>>  <<ATT02740.txt>>
>Hi there:
>I downloaded the latest FOP from and was trying to run
>some simple tests from the commandline.. The documentation says you
>should just run:
>FOP fo_inputfile pdf_outputfile (see
><> )
>but I can't find a FOP.exe or FOP unix binary anywhere.. and since this
>is java I suspect there isn't any FOP anywhere anyway.. so I searched
> and looked for commandline examples and found many references
>to calling org.apache.fop.apps.CommandLine - but then when I checked
>this against the fop.jar there's NO CLASS with that name!! I couuld only
>find Command, CommandLineStarter, and CommandLineOptions..
>So what gives????
>Can someone please help me out???

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