Wed Aug 28 21:09:54 CEST 2002
>From: Matthias Lang <>
>This isn't a direct answer to your question, but it's a solution to a
>combination of things which probably bug you too:
> 1. I want to look at Erlang man pages as HTML, not 'man'
> 2. Usually, I already know which man page I want to read, so
> choosing it from the (multi-page) modules index is a pain. I
> want to type it in, either in the browser or (better) on the
> command line.
That's a great idea!
I have a suggestion myself: I wonder if it wouldn't be possible (and not too
difficult) to use lynx from emacs, to view the docs in a buffer... or maybe
the man pages directly... I would get at try at it myself, but my Emacs-ish
;-) is bad.
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