pod2mdoc - Convert POD data to mdoc input

Property Value
Distribution FreeBSD 12
Repository FreeBSD Ports Quarterly amd64
Package filename pod2mdoc-0.2.txz
Package name pod2mdoc
Package version 0.2
Package release -
Package architecture amd64
Package type txz
Category textproc
Homepage http://mdocml.bsd.lv/pod2mdoc/
License ISCL
Maintainer bapt@FreeBSD.org
Download size 18.00 KB
Installed size 45.97 KB
The pod2mdoc utility is a converter from POD into mdoc. It's meant to operate
like pod2man; however, it doesn't require a Perl installation: pod2mdoc is a
standalone ISC-licensed ISO C utility and should compile on any modern UNIX
WWW: http://mdocml.bsd.lv/pod2mdoc/


Package Version Architecture Repository
pod2mdoc-0.2.txz 0.2 i386 FreeBSD Ports Quarterly
pod2mdoc-0.2.txz 0.2 amd64 FreeBSD Ports Latest
pod2mdoc-0.2.txz 0.2 i386 FreeBSD Ports Latest
pod2mdoc - - -


Type URL
Mirror pkg.freebsd.org
Binary Package pod2mdoc-0.2.txz
Source Package textproc/pod2mdoc

Install Howto

Install pod2mdoc txz package:

# pkg install pod2mdoc

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