After reading a few page about creating man pages, i tried to callup the plain text file with man.
It worked, actual looked even better then after modifications with nroff or groff.
Pages i've read:
A first try looks like: /tmp/tstman
.TH rmtf 1 "2012 March 21" "Version 0.5.0" "sea Script Collection"
ReMove Temp Files recursivly, either from current directory, or in the PATH provided.
Name: Simon A. Erat
And shows up properly when called with:
I understand the step after, gzip'ing but i 'sort' that part to be old school,where one needed those extra bits saved on the 720kb floppy
This confused me, as i wonder why would one actualy need to pipe or parse them through nroff or groff?
Is this step really required?