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#REDIRECT Services/Debian manpages archive https://manpages.debian.org/ is a service providing online manpages in HTML format for the public.

= Current status =

See [[Services/Debian manpages archive]] for the [[Services]] survey page.

= Possible implementations =

There are three known implementations of "man to web" archive generators.

== Current codebase ==

The [[https://anonscm.debian.org/viewvc/ddp/man-cgi/|current codebase]] is a set of Perl and bash CGI scripts that dynamically generate (and search through) manpages.

== Ubuntu ==

Ubuntu has their own manpage repository at https://manpages.ubuntu.com/. Their [[https://code.launchpad.net/ubuntu-manpage-repository|codebase]] is partly Python, Perl and Bash.

== New codebase ==

A new codebase written by dgilman is available in [[https://github.com/dgilman/manpages|github]]. It is a simple Python script with a sqlite backend.

= Forum =

Discussions about manpages.debian.org can take place on the regular [[Teams/DDP]] channels, for example the `#debian-doc` IRC channel and `debian-doc@lists.debian.org` mailing list.

https://manpages.debian.org/ is a service providing online manpages in HTML format for the public.

Current status

See Services/Debian manpages archive for the Services survey page.

Possible implementations

There are three known implementations of "man to web" archive generators.

Current codebase

The current codebase is a set of Perl and bash CGI scripts that dynamically generate (and search through) manpages.

Ubuntu

Ubuntu has their own manpage repository at https://manpages.ubuntu.com/. Their codebase is partly Python, Perl and Bash.

New codebase

A new codebase written by dgilman is available in github. It is a simple Python script with a sqlite backend.

Forum

Discussions about manpages.debian.org can take place on the regular Teams/DDP channels, for example the #debian-doc IRC channel and debian-doc@lists.debian.org mailing list.