gman 0.9.3-5.3build1 source package in Ubuntu


gman (0.9.3-5.3build1) focal; urgency=medium

  * No-change rebuild for libgcc-s1 package name change.

 -- Matthias Klose <email address hidden>  Sun, 22 Mar 2020 16:42:34 +0100

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gman_0.9.3.orig.tar.gz 41.4 KiB 27d11b4f2d41691335cb666ca07e6b491fb24496b30330ffbbb26eaa24ed0f99
gman_0.9.3-5.3build1.debian.tar.xz 15.4 KiB 63f895facd009a44820fd3bc45fc0e9319c2c32812d93d0a423ed5ca203b8f08
gman_0.9.3-5.3build1.dsc 1.8 KiB 03739e8e4bd004424759da3231a3a3a2e770b397949e74fbc67c71aac7ca0f17

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gman: small man(1) front-end for X

 Gman is a simple front-end for the manual page system. The most basic job
 of gman is to build a database for all the man pages and display them
 (or part of them) on the screen. When user decides to read a man page,
 gman will launch an external viewer to display the manual page. More than
 one external viewer windows can be launched at the same time.
 The default manual page viewer is a terminal window with the original
 man(1). It can also launch gv, evince, or a link to a CGI script which
 utilizes man2html, for viewing manual pages using a web browser.
 There is an index search function to look for the man pages that one needs.
 It's simple, but it's useful.

gman-dbgsym: debug symbols for gman