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Re: Manual Pages

From: Jeff Smith <jsmith_at_robotronics.com>
Date: 2007-03-08 01:18:22 CET

On Sunday 18 February 2007 03:15, Nadav Har'El wrote:
> And the interesting point that I was trying to make in this thread
> is that the writers of the "svn book" basically agree with me that
> "manual pages" (a reference manual of each command, between the
> short "svn --help" and a long book-like tutorial) are useful, and
> such manual pages are already included as a section of the SVN
> book, so I suggested making the same text available as standard
> Unix man pages.

Sounds great. I don't see where I stated that I don't want anyone else
to make man pages, but I am wondering now why man pages are not
compiled with subversion if people are right that it would be trivial
to do it. In fact I would have used man if they were available. I
guess my point of view is that there are increasing number of apps
that I use which do not have man pages in *nix, so I'm getting used
to it.

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