On Fri, May 10, 2002 at 01:56:16AM -0600, Mike Makonnen wrote:
> The problem with writing man pages is, if you don't do it often enough
> you keep having to relearn it every time you do (which is why I wised up
> after about the third time or so this happened to me I created a cheat
> sheet). What would be cool is if the man pages were somehow integrated
> into the FreeBSD Documentation Project. That way I have to remember only
> the SGML tags.

We discussed the possibility of doing this at the last BSDCon BoF.
Other UNIXes (i.e., Sun IIRC) are already doing this, using
proprietary tools.

Short answer: our tools just aren't there yet, but we're hoping.


Michael Lucas           [EMAIL PROTECTED], [EMAIL PROTECTED]

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