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INSTALL-DOCS

Section: Debian Utilities (8)
Updated: 2005-05-14
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NAME

install-docs - manage online Debian documentation  

SYNOPSIS

 install-docs -i --install | 
              -r --remove  |
              -s --status  |
              -L --listfiles
              [ -v, --verbose ]
                <doc-id | file>

 

DESCRIPTION

install-docs is a tool allow Debian package maintainers to register documentation to various documentation systems. It currently supports dhelp and dwww.

This manual page provides a quick synopsis of install-docs usage. Full documentation can be found in the documentation, including a description of the control file syntax and grammar.  

OPTIONS

-v | --verbose
Operate verbosely.
-i file | --install file
Install the documentation described by the control file file.
-r docid | --remove docid
Remove the documentation identified by the document identifier docid. Document identifiers are tags which are set in the control file, and usually correspond to the package name.
-s docid | --status docid
Display the status of the document identifier docid.
-L docid | --listfiles docid
List the files associated with the document identifier docid.
 

BUGS

None known, but a much more robust system is being planned as the next generation of doc-base.  

SEE ALSO

dwww(8), Debian doc-base Manual /usr/share/doc/doc-base/doc-base.html/index.html, dhelp Manual /usr/share/doc/dhelp/dhelp.html  

AUTHOR

This program was originally written by Christian Schwarz <schwarz@debian.org>, for the Debian GNU/Linux system. Adam Di Carlo <aph@debian.org> is currently maintaining and extending it.

This software was meant to be for the benefit of the entire Debian user and developer community. If you are interested in being involved with this software, please join the mailing list <debian-doc@lists.debian.org>.


 

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