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DWWW-FORMAT-MAN

DWWW-FORMAT-MAN

Section: Debian (8) Updated: February 15th, 2009
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NAME

dwww-format-man - batch format manual pages for dwww  

SYNOPSIS

dwww-format-man [-v|--verbose] directory ...  

DESCRIPTION

dwww-format-man looks for manual pages in the directories named on the command line. It formats each manual page, and puts the formatted version into the dwww document cache. System administrator's can run dwww-format-man if they want to make it faster to retrieve manual pages via dwww. If dwww-format-man is not run, dwww will automatically format manual pages not in its cache. Long pages take a few moments to format, but rarely so slow that it is worth running.

dwww-format-man runs dwww-convert(8) with privileges of DWWW_CGIUSER (see dwww(7).  

OPTIONS

-v, --verbose
Print each proceeded file name.
 

SEE ALSO

dwww(7), dwww-convert(8).  

AUTHOR

Lars Wirzenius <liw@iki.fi>. Slightly modified by Robert Luberda <robert@debian.org>.
See dwww(7) for copyrights and stuff.


 

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