Re: creating man pages
On Wed, Dec 13, 2000 at 10:24:01AM +1100, Drew Parsons wrote:
> > If you don't want to do SGML, you could always edit the nroff source directly.
> > This is what has been done historically.
> I wouldn't necessarily mind using SGML, but which tools exactly do you use.
> For creating man pages I mean. How do you generate them from SGML?
I've seen `docbook2man' (or docbook-to-man, not sure) used for this...
> As for editing nroff source, that's what I meant with my first question.
> Is there no editor for this sort of thing? For handling all the fiddly
> things like section breaks and bold text, etc, so I don't have to learn
> nroff itself.
There isn't much to learn, really, a handful of codes and you have a real
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