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From André Malo ...@perlig.de>
Subject Re: Meaning of man/man8/?
Date Wed, 28 Mar 2007 20:31:47 GMT
[taking docs on cc]

* William A. Rowe, Jr. wrote:

> The man8/ directory doesn't seem appropriate for the current contents
> we install.  Notably, ab and logresolve are certainly not dedicated to
> the role of httpd, but are independently useful binaries.
>
> Beyond that, apxs doesn't seem to quite fit that role.
>
> ab.8            apxs.8          httpd.8         rotatelogs.8
> apachectl.8     htcacheclean.8  logresolve.8    suexec.8
>
> Of the remainder, apachectl, htcacheclean, suexec and (for the most
> part) rotatelogs are only sensible in the context of httpd itself.
> But not really understanding the meaning of .8 pages, I'm not really
> clear if these are on-point or out of context.

Well, we might put ab and logresolve in .1. But where would the other ones 
fit better?

nd
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