sean at tinfoilhat.ca
Fri Jun 10 11:27:53 EDT 2005
On OS X:
Easiest way is to add:
to your manpath (echo "MANPATH /Library/Frameworks/Mono.framework/
Versions/1.1.7/man" >> /usr/share/misc/man.conf
Then type 'man macpack'.
In other unix variants you'll need to find out where man.conf is
stored (usually in /etc/) and there may be similar magic you can do
for cygwin if the manpages are even included in the windows package.
On 10-Jun-05, at 10:09 AM, Nathan Trimble wrote:
> I'm looking for more detail on macpack than I get from 'macpack -
> help', specifically I'd like to know more about -mode. Can anyone
> point me to a reference? I'm really just trying to find out what -
> mode means and what modes exists. Thanks.
> Nate Trimble
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> Mono-osx at lists.ximian.com
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