"Jordi Gutiérrez Hermoso" <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes: > On 24/05/2008, Michelle Konzack <email@example.com> wrote: >> Grmpf... I am using "man" as a command refference but was not aware of >> such Perl-DINO-Documentation.... And yes, even most peoples do not like >> manpages, but some programs or projects are very well documented... > I know that Perl's manpages are awesome, but is there a convenient way > to browse them? They all point to each other, and the only way I know > of going from one page to another is to remember the name of the > manpage I'm looking for, quit less, and then from bash type "man > perl_some_other_page". > > Aren't they hypertexted somewhere? They are, for example on http://perldoc.perl.org/perl.html. You can also use podbrowser to get a nice and shiny Gtk interface to your locally installed POD pages. Marc -- Fachbegriffe der Informatik - Einfach erklärt 76: Internet Der gescheiterte Versuch, über Computernetzwerke Informationen zu übertragen.
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