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RE: Man-pages

From: Nicola Pero
Subject: RE: Man-pages
Date: Mon, 10 Dec 2007 18:25:17 +0100 (CET)

Hi Dennis,

this is really good stuff :-)

nice manpages - before I commit, just thought I'd mention that gnustep-make 
has got a couple of manpages (GNUstep.7 and openapp.1), they are in 
core/make/Documentation ... did you see them ?  You may want to merge your 
manpage with the existing one ?

We probably want to always install these tool manpages with gnustep-make (at 
the moment 
they are installed only when gnustep-make's documentation is installed).  I 
suppose they
could go into a new directory core/make/manpages, and we always install them 
gnustep-make is installed ?  I can do that if people like the idea (I like it). 


PS: debugapp is now completely equivalent to 'openapp --debug'; it may be worth
documenting openapp very extensively and have debugapp just be a very short 
page referencing openapp.  We haven't "deprecated" debugapp but it seems
more logical for new users to just get used to using openapp all the time. ;-)

-----Original Message-----
From: Dennis Leeuw <address@hidden>
Sent: Friday, December 7, 2007 12:33pm
To: GNUstep Discuss <address@hidden>
Subject: Man-pages

Hi all,

I created a set of preliminary man-pages for the GNUstep tools. Comments 
suggestions and additions highly appreciated.

One little thing I noticed is that the set_show_service command does the 
enable and disable, but is doesn't do the show. Is this a bug or 

Happy Stepping,

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