Re: manpage tools
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Allegedly, on Thu, Mar 29, 2007 at 09:45:55AM +1000, Ben Finney stated:
> "R. Wood" writes:
> > If you are interested in the so-called 'smart ascii' tools (e.g.
> > aft, ReST, txt2tags, etc.), then I have read that 'txt2tags' will
> > export to man page format.
> You mention 'txt2tags' in the context of reST. Are they connected --
> i.e. does 'tst2tags' consume reST format?
Well the common context was 'smart ascii' actually :-) AFAIK they are
"connected" only in the sense that they are both software of a class
that tries to take minimally marked up plain text and be able to export
that to other different formats. I'm not aware that 'txt2tags' will
consume 'reST' format.
> I'm searching for something that will allow me to write my man pages
> in reST, since that's what I use to write all my other package
I came across this link; perhaps it will be useful for you?
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