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Re: Removal of "ancient HTML generation"

It was fixed by jmcneill, problem was mandoc moving from multiple -O
arguments to comma-separated list.

Pullup to 8 sent by jmcneill too (thanks, Jared!).

As to how I use lynx to navigate man pages, man script file attached -
just tab to appropriate Xr, and hit Enter. Left arrow navigates back
to previous page.


On 14 July 2017 at 09:52, Thomas Klausner <> wrote:
> On Fri, Jul 14, 2017 at 09:23:14AM -0700, Alistair Crooks wrote:
>> The reason I'm asking is that for many years, and until these changes,
>> I used to use lynx, locally, as a very quick, cheap and effective man
>> page viewer. Lynx can't handle style.css, which is what we have now.
>> So for me, I've lost real value from this change, and there are
>> sometimes, like when I travel, when I can't access the network manpage
>> machines. Can we restore these to the previous way of doing things,
>> please, or provide a functinoal replacement straight away?
> Can you tell me how you use lynx and what exactly does not work any
> longer?
>  Thomas

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