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Old 17th July 2012
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Default newbie Q .. all man pages in html form

Hi everybody !

Sorry again for such a newbie question but I'm clueless about how to have all OpenBSD man pages in html form.

Thanks for help !
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man2web ?
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man mandoc

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Thank you @jggimi !
I still don't know how to convert man folders as a whole to html ..
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I still don't know how to convert man folders as a whole to html ..
  1. Create a shell script which iteratively prints the names of all target files.
  2. Substitute the appropriate call to mandoc(1) for the print statement.
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And if you want it on a webserver with search and the same aliases (e.g., looking up vfprintf(3) leads you to printf(3)), look into man.cgi… either the typical one or Kristaps’ new version.
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