[ditz-talk] basic ditz manpage
wmorgan-ditz at masanjin.net
Sun Jul 27 14:31:18 EDT 2008
Reformatted excerpts from Christian Garbs's message of 2008-07-26:
> Because Debian packages need to have a manpage for every binary, I've
> written a very basic ditz manpage. It basically tells you to run
> "ditz help" but it's better than nothing.
Thanks, I've added it to the repo under man/.
> What is the "normal" way of writing manpages in Ruby?
> In Perl, you can embed your documentation directly in the code and
> then run pod2man, pod2html or pod2text to extract it in the desired
There's no standard way that I know of. AFAIK there's not even a way to
package them as part of a gem.
> I came across rdoc, but this looks like developer's documentation to
> me, not something for the end user.
> PS: I'm deliberately not writing a manpage for the
> ditz-convert-from-monolith binary, as it will be removed anyways :)
Yup, that's fine. It's already removed in the repo.
William <wmorgan-ditz at masanjin.net>
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