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Re: SGML Man Pages?

On Mon, Sep 18, 2000 at 04:38:43PM -0600, Jason Gunthorpe wrote:
> Here is an interesting observation I just made while perusing a Solaris
> install at school. They have SGML man pages. Their man pages are a subset
> of the standard DocBook DTD which is now being used by the Linux
> Documentation Project.

I'm not well-versed in SGML manpages, but if you've ever done a package
the "New Maintainer's Guide" way (with dh_make), you'll note that there's
an example SGML manpage in the debian subdirectory of the build dir...

I would assume this means Debian supports these to some extent, but I've never
looked into it (I nuke *.ex when I use dh_make since most software I've played
with includes a manpage, and the Debian-specific stuff I want I can do by

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