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https://manpages.debian.org/ is a service providing online manpages in HTML format for the public. https://manpages.debian.org/ is a service providing online manual pages for all Debian releases in HTML format for the public.

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See [[Services/Debian manpages archive]] for the [[Services]] survey page. <<Include(Services/Debian manpages archive,,from="=$",editlink)>>
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= Possible implementations = = Deployment =
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There are three known implementations of "man to web" archive generators. The current `manpages.debian.org` service is powered by [[https://github.com/Debian/debiman|debiman]], running on `manziarly.debian.org`.
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== Current codebase == Details on how to make changes to the site are in the [[https://manpages.debian.org/faq.html|FAQ]].
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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. = Issues =
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== 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.
Issues can be reported directly in [[https://github.com/Debian/debiman/issues]]. There is also a virtual package `manpages.debian.org` in the Debian bug tracking system which can be used to report bugs: [[http://bugs.debian.org/manpages.debian.org]]
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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. Discussions about manpages.debian.org takes place on the regular [[Teams/DDP]] channels, for example the `#debian-doc` IRC channel and `debian-doc@lists.debian.org` mailing list. If you have any question on the service please use these regular channels.

You can also subscribe to this wiki page to get updates, which also functions as an ad-hoc forum.

https://manpages.debian.org/ is a service providing online manual pages for all Debian releases in HTML format for the public.

Current status

Deployment

The current manpages.debian.org service is powered by debiman, running on manziarly.debian.org.

Details on how to make changes to the site are in the FAQ.

Issues

Issues can be reported directly in https://github.com/Debian/debiman/issues. There is also a virtual package manpages.debian.org in the Debian bug tracking system which can be used to report bugs: http://bugs.debian.org/manpages.debian.org

Forum

Discussions about manpages.debian.org takes place on the regular Teams/DDP channels, for example the #debian-doc IRC channel and debian-doc@lists.debian.org mailing list. If you have any question on the service please use these regular channels.

You can also subscribe to this wiki page to get updates, which also functions as an ad-hoc forum.