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CTAN Sub­mis­sion – la­tex2­man ver­sion 1.15

Date: De­cem­ber 12, 2001 11:53:50 AM CET
On Wed, 12 Dec 2001, J?rgen Vollmer wrote: > I up­loaded to ftp.dante.de the file la­tex2­man-1.15.tar.gz. > Please in­stall it un­der the sup­port/la­tex2­man di­rec­tory. > From the README: > > La­tex2­man is a tool to trans­late UNIX man­ual pages writ­ten with LaTeX into a > for­mat un­der­stood by the UNIX man(1)-com­mand. > Al­ter­na­tively HTML, TexInfo, or LaTeX code can be pro­duced too. > Out­put of parts of the text may be su­pressed us­ing the con­di­tional text > fea­ture (for this, LaTeX gen­er­a­tion may be used). > > There is LaTeX pack­age (la­tex2­man.sty) used for writ­ing the Man-page > and a PERL script (la­tex2­man) do­ing the ac­tual trans­la­tion. > > Changes from ver­sion 1.14 > - added ex­tra stuff in the head­line of man pages > With best re­gards > > Juer­gen > > PS > Li­cense: > This pro­gram can be re­dis­tributed and/or mod­i­fied un­der the terms > of the LaTeX Project Public Li­cense Distributed from CTAN > archives in di­rec­tory macros/la­tex/base/lppl.txt; ei­ther > ver­sion 1 of the Li­cense, or any later ver­sion. Thanks for the up­load, I in­stalled it in sup­port/la­tex2­man as re­quested. For the CTAN Team Rainer Schöpf

la­tex2­man – Trans­late -based man­ual pages into Unix man for­mat

A tool to trans­late UNIX man­ual pages writ­ten with into a man-page for­mat un­der­stood by the Unix man(1) com­mand. Al­ter­na­tively HTML or TexInfo code can be pro­duced. Out­put of parts of the text may be su­pressed us­ing the con­di­tional text fea­ture.

Pack­agela­tex2­man
Ver­sion1.26 2017-10-06
Main­tainer Jür­gen Vollmer

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