Bug#1978: man: default pager should be less
> For a more functional presentation of the manual, I'd convert the manual
> pages to HTML on the fly, and read them with lynx or another web browser.
I think this would be much more useful with the info pages. Info is
just as intuitive as vi (that is, not at all) and I think that makes it
a bad format to store documentation in.
I believe there is already a program to do info->html, but if I recall
it uses 10's to 100's of megabytes of VM to do its job. Not exactly a
well-written program... :)
Any programmers out there itching for something to write?