Re: Man pages, etc?

stappers stappers nl (Geert Stappers) writes:

> On Fri, Nov 14, 2003 at 08:29:46PM +0000, Roger Leigh wrote:
>> Aaron Weber <aaron ximian com> writes:
>> >    Hello,
>> >       I'd like to volunteer to write some help for gtk-doc. Who's
>> >    maintaining it at this point, and where should I send man pages? I am
>> >    not 100% sure that I'd be right on the whole process...
>> I'm not a maintainer, but I'd suggest checking out the Debian
>> gtk-doc-tools package which includes a set of manpages.  They don't
>> appear to be comprehensive, but they might be useful as a starting
>> point for new ones.
>> <URL:>
> Did you get the actual sgml files for it?
> Should I set them online on my website?

Sorry, I'm not sure what you mean.  The above page should have at the
bottom a link to the original gtk-doc source and a .diff.gz Debian
patch.  If you apply the patch, you'll get the manpages, which (IIRC)
are written in *roff -mandoc format.

Roger Leigh

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