Mandoc, mdocml, and usage


There’s an interesting article about mandoc and mdocml up on undeadly.org, talking about its history and usage in OpenBSD.  It’s present in DragonFly, though it hasn’t been set to replace anything (i.e. groff), yet, that I know of.  I do like the mdocml HTML output, and I’d like to see it here.

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  1. Anonymous says:

    Seems to have -Tps now, too, as of version 1.10.1

  2. […] import mdocml, a OpenBSD-originating replacement for groff and man page display.  Mdocml has been mentioned before on the Digest, and there’s a downloadable book.  (See the […]

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