I've worked with groff in the past, so I'm at least acquainted with macro packages such as mdoc. Yodl, I'm still working on learning, but I see this as a chance to learn something new.
The man pages are possibly the most
I agree entirely, don't know what I'd do without them!
I'm not sure whether that can be
I'll make a first attempt using texi2html and let you guys know how it goes.
I'm not saying it has to be this way forever but take the
In the past, I've learned the hard way what happens when developers build software now and understand requirements later. Not a fun time for anyone. I'll be sure to do this work in the correct order.
Sounds good! If I reach a checkpoint, I'll post it to https://github.com/austintraver/zsh
Which remote (and branch) would I make a pull request to, when done?