Re: writing man page
> Eric writes:
> > Is there any tool available to write man pages (with all the standard
> > sections) and keep a nicely readable source?
> Just use an existing man page as a template. The page for man itself is
> a good choice.
> > I am now writing the thing directly in nroff, but the source is looking
> > pretty awful.
> I find the subset of nroff that man pages use to be pretty simple. Send
> men your source and I'll take a look at it if you want.
I agree it is pretty simple. It just looks very chaotic. It is hard to
maintain a source if it looks like
have several nasty things in common.
I will look into yodl, as suggested by Pann McCuaig.
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