Re: "Man Pages Project"?
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- Subject: Re: "Man Pages Project"?
- From: Davide Inglima - limaCAT <email@example.com>
- Date: Wed, 16 May 2001 11:22:03 +0200
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* martedì 15 maggio 2001, alle 15:14, Joe 'Zonker' Brockmeier wrote:
>> 1) the project did not exist, and it was only the effect of my daily dose of
>> cat-grass... 
> I'm not going to ask... :)
It is not illegal, it is not immoral... and it does not give you dependency.
It is also open-source, provided you have a DNA analyzer.
>> Can somebody enlighten me on this topic?
> I'm not sure if it's a project as such - IIRC it was a list of the various
> commands/programs that SHOULD have man pages, but don't.
Yes, it was that project I was looking for :)
I would like to give a hand, since I hate not being able to find manpages on
my system. (man program or man configfile is always faster than cding the
right directory, giving a less, or even worse studying how to use info to
read info documentation :p)
Davide Inglima, limaCAT