>>>>> "MH" == Michael Higgins <li...@evolone.org> writes:

MH> Yep. Why have a man page for a perl module? OTOH, if there is something
MH> that goes in /usr/bin, it should get a man page if there is one. But
MH> not for the modules themselves -- that's not needed at all.

Because man(1) works better than the alternatives; it is the unix way;
it is the first thing one types when searching for documentation.

The idea that the man pages are somehow uneeded is incomprehensible.

James Cloos <cl...@jhcloos.com>         OpenPGP: 1024D/ED7DAEA6

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