Re: doc-base package: All compression configurable?
Christoph> troff is not a CPU hog since it was designed a long time
Christoph> ago. gzip uses CPU resources intensively AFAIK.
You forgot that the argument was about viewing manpages which are already
compressed. Here gunzip is used for uncompression, and it is light on cpu
(compared to compression).
So it remains that troff is the hog when viewing the bash manual page
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