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[1mNAME[0m
       Latex2man  is a tool to translate UNIX manual pages written with LaTeX-
       into a format understood by  the  UNIX  [4mman[24m(1)-command.   Alternatively
       HTML,  TexInfo,  or LaTeX code can be produced too.  Output of parts of
       the text may be suppressed using  the  conditional  text  feature  (for
       this, LaTeX generation may be used).


[1mSYNOPSIS[0m
       latex2man [[1m-t[4m[22mtransfile[24m] [[1m-c[4m[22mCSSfile[24m] [[1m-HMTL[22m] [[1m-h[22m] [[1m-V[22m] [[1m-C[4m[22mname[24m] [[1m-a[4m[22mchar[24m]
       [4minfile[24m [4moutfile[0m


[1mDESCRIPTION[0m
       Latex2man reads the file [4minfile[24m and writes [4moutfile[24m.  The input must  be
       a  LaTeX  document  using the latex2man LaTeXpackage.  Latex2man trans-
       lates that document into the [4mtroff[24m(1) format using the [1m-man [22mmacro pack-
       age.

       Using  the  [1m-H  [22moption, HTML code can be produced, instead of [4mtroff[24m(1).
       With this option you can, optionally, specify a [4mCSSfile[24m as an argument.
       CSS  (Cascading  Style  Sheets) allows you to control the appearance of
       the resulting HTML page.  See below for the names of CSS  classes  that
       are included in the HTML tags as attributes.

       Using the [1m-T [22moption, TexInfo code can be produced, instead of [4mtroff[24m(1).

       Using the [1m-M [22moption, [4mtroff[24m(1) input is produced.

       Using the [1m-L [22moption, LaTeX ouput can be produced, instead of  [4mtroff[24m(1).


[1mOPTIONS[0m
       [1m-t[4m[22mtransfile[0m
               Translation for user defined LaTeX macros.

       [1m-c[4m[22mCSSfile[0m
               If you use the [1m-H [22myou can also specify a file that contains CSS
              style sheets. The link to the CSS file is inserted into the gen-
              eratedHTML output using the specified [4mCSSfile[24m filename.

       [1m-M      [22mProduce output suitable for the [4mman[24m(1) command (default).

       [1m-H       [22mInstead  of  producing output suitable for the [4mman[24m(1) command,
              HTML code is produced (despite the name of the command).

       [1m-T      [22mInstead of producing output suitable for  the  [4mman[24m(1)  command,
              TexInfo  code is produced (despite the name of the command). The
              generated .texi-file may be processed with [4mmakeinfo[24m(1) (to  pro-
              duce  an  .info-file)  which  in  turn  may  be  installed using
              [4minstall-info[24m(1).  The Info tags @dircategory and  @direntry  are
              provided.

       [1m-L       [22mThe LaTeX source is written to the [4moutfile[24m.  This is useful in
              conjunction with the [1m-C[4m[22mname[24m option.

       [1m-C[4m[22mname[24m  Output the conditional text for [4mname[24m.  If more  than  one  name
              should be given use quotes: [1m-C[4m[22m'name1[24m [4mname2[24m [4m...'[0m
              The following names are defined automatically:

              [1m*      -H [22mdefines HTML

              [1m*      -T [22mdefines TEXI

              [1m*      -M [22mdefines MAN

              [1m*      -L [22mdefines LATEX


       [1m-a[4m[22mchar[24m  Is used only in conjunction with -T.
              Background:
              TexInfo  ignores all blanks before the first word on a new line.
              In order to produce  some  additional  space  before  that  word
              (using  \SP)  some  character has to be printed before the addi-
              tional space. By default this is a . (dot). The  [4mchar[24m  specifies
              an  alternative  for  that first character. Giving a blank to [1m-a[0m
              supresses the indentation of a line.
              Note: only for the first \SP of a series that [4mchar[24m is printed.

       [1m-h      [22mShow a help text.

       [1m-V      [22mShow version information.


[1mFILES[0m
       latex2man.tex
               The LaTeX file containing this Man-page.

       latex2man.sty
               The LaTeX package defining the environments and commands.

       latex2man.cfg
               The configuration file for Latex2man LaTeX-package.

       latex2man.css
               File containing example CSS definitions.

       latex2man.trans
               File containing example  translations  of  user  defined  LaTeX
              macros.

       fancyheadings.sty
               A LaTeX package used to typeset head- and foot lines.

       fancyhdr.sty
               A LaTeX package used to typeset head- and foot lines.

       rcsinfo.sty
               A  LaTeX  package  used  to extract and use RCS version control
              information in LaTeX documents.


       [1mlatex2man.pdf[0m
               The PDF version of this document.


[1mSEE ALSO[0m
       LaTeX,TexInfo, [4mtroff[24m(1), [4mgroff[24m(1), [4mmakeinfo[24m(1).


[1mLaTeX COMMANDS[0m
       The LaTeX package  latex2man  is  used  to  write  the  Man-pages  with
       LaTeX.Since  we  translate into other text formats, not all LaTeX stuff
       can be translated.


   [1mPACKAGE OPTIONS[0m
       The latex2man package accepts the following options:


       fancy  use the LaTeX package fancyheadings.

       fancyhdr
              use the LaTeX package fancyhdr.

       nofancy
              neither the LaTeX package fancyheadings nor fancyhdr are used.

       The default option may be specified in the file latex2man.cfg.


   [1mPACKAGE SPECIFIC ENVIRONMENTS[0m
       The following environments are provided by the package:

       \begin{Name}{chapter}{name}{author}{info}{title}
              The Name environment takes  five  arguments:  1.   the  Man-page
              chapter,  2.  the name of the Man-page, 3.  the author, 4.  some
              short information about the tool printed in the footline of  the
              Man-page,  and  5.   a text which is used as title, for HTML and
              LaTeX (it's ignored for output of the Man-page or  TeXinfo.  The
              Name  environment must be the first environment in the document.
              Processing starts with this environment. Any text before this is
              ignored (exception: the setVersion and setDate commands). (Note:
              all arguments of \begin{Name} must be written on one line).

       \begin{Table}[width]{columns}
              The Table environment takes two arguments:  the  first  optional
              one  specifies  a width of the last column, the second one gives
              the number of columns.  For example:

       \begin{Table}[2cm]{3}
       Here & am & I \\\hline
       A 1 & A 2 & A 3 1 2 3 4 5 A 3 1 2 3 4 5 \\
       B 1 & B 2 & B 3 \\
       \end{Table}

       will be typeset as:


       Here   am    I
       ----------------------
       A 1    A 2   A 3 1  2
                    3  4 5 A
                    3 1 2  3
                    4 5
       B 1    B 2   B 3

       If  no  optional  [4mwidth[24m argument is given, all entries are typeset left
       justified.  The [4mwidth[24m is a length measured absolutly in [4mcm[24m.  Processing
       with LaTeX a p{width} column is typeset as last column. The translation
       to [4mtroff[24m(1) commands  results  in  a  lw(width)  column  specification.
       Translating to HTML and TexInfo ignores the [4mwidth[24m parameter.

       \hline may be used.

       If  the  Man-page  is  formatted with [4mtroff[24m(1) and tables are used, the
       [4mtbl[24m(1) preprocessor should be called, usually by giving  a  [1m-t  [22mto  the
       call of [4mtroff[24m(1).  When viewing the generated manula page using [4mman[24m(1),
       [4mtbl[24m(1) is called automatically.

       \begin{Description}
              is the same as \begin{description}

       \begin{Description}[label]
              is similar to \begin{description}, but the item labels  have  at
              minimum  the  size of the (optional) word [4mlabel[24m.  The difference
              is visible only in the DVI and PDF-output,  not  in  the  troff,
              TexInfo or HTML output.

              a      |a \begin{description}

              ab     |ab

              abc    |abc


              a      |a \begin{Description}

              ab     |ab

              abc    |abc


              a      |a \begin{Description}[aa]

              ab     |ab

              abc    |abc



   [1mACCEPTED LaTeX ENVIRONMENTS[0m
       The following environments are accepted:

       [1m*      [22mdescription

       [1m*      [22menumerate

       [1m*      [22mitemize

       [1m*      [22mverbatim

       [1m*      [22mcenter

       They may be nested:

       [1m*      [22mItemize and nested center:
                                      A centered line.
                                   Another centered line.


       [1m*      [22mAnother item an nested enumerate

              1.     a

              2.     b



   [1mPACKAGE SPECIFIC MACROS[0m
       The following commands are provided:

       \Opt{option}
              Option: \Opt{-o} will be typeset as [1m-o[22m.

       \Arg{argument}
              Argument: \Arg{filename} will be typeset as [4mfilename[24m.

       \OptArg{option}{argument}
              Option with Argument:
              \OptArg{-o}{filename} will be typeset as [1m-o[4m[22mfilename[24m.

       \OptoArg{option}{argument}
              Option with optional Argument:
              \OptoArg{-o}{filename} will be typeset as [1m-o[22m[[4mfilename[24m].

       \oOpt{option}
              Optional option, e.g.  \oOpt{-o} will be typeset as [[1m-o[22m].

       \oArg{argument}
              Optional  argument,  e.g.   \oArg{filename}  will  be typeset as
              [[4mfilename[24m].

       \oOptArg{option}{argument}
              Optional option with argument, e.g.
              \oOptArg{-o}{filename} will be typeset as [[1m-o[4m[22mfilename[24m].

       \oOptoArg{option}{argument}
              Optional option with optional argument, e.g.
              \oOptoArg{-o}{filename} will be typeset as [[1m-o[22m[[4mfilename[24m]].

       \File{filename}
              used to typeset filenames, e.g.  \File{filename} will be typeset
              as filename.

       \Prog{prog}
              used  to  typeset  program names, e.g.  \Prog{latex2man} will be
              typeset as latex2man.

       \Cmd{command}{chapter}
              used to typeset references to other commands, e.g.
              \Cmd{latex2man}{1} will be typeset as [4mlatex2man[24m(1).

       \Bar   is typeset as |.

       \Bs    (BackSlash) is typeset as \.

       \Tilde is typeset as a ~.

       \Dots  is typeset as ...


       \Bullet
              us typeset as *.

       \setVersion{..}
              set .. as version information.

       \setVersionWord{..}
              set .. for the word [4mVersion:[24m in the footline.
              The default is \setVersionWord{Version:}.

       \Version
              returns the version information.

       \setDate{..}
              sets .. as date information.

       \Date  returns the date information.

       \Email{..}
              use to mark an Email address:
              \Email{Juergen.Vollmer@informatik-vollmer.de} is typeset as:
              [1mJuergen.Vollmer@informatik-vollmer.de[22m.

       \URL{..}
              use to mark an URL:  \URL{http://www.foo.de/\Tilde  vollmer}  is
              typeset as
              [1mhttp://www.foo.de/~vollmer[22m.

       \LatexManEnd
              the  input  file is read and processed until reading end-of-file
              or
              \LatexManEnd (at the beginning of a  line).   LaTeXignores  this
              command.

       \Lbr, \Rbr
              is  typeset  as [ and ] (these variants are needed only somtimes
              like in
              \item[FooBar\LBr xx \Lbr]. Usually [ ] will work.

       \LBr, \RBr
              is typeset as { and } (these variants are needed when using { or
              } as arguments to macros.

       \Circum
              is typeset as ^.

       \Percent
              is typeset as %.

       \TEXbr If  processed with LaTeX causes a linebreak (i.e.  is equivalent
              to \\).In the output of latex2man this macro is ignored.

       \TEXIbr
              If TexInfo output is generated, causes  a  linebreak  (i.e.   is
              equivalent to \\),otherwise ignored.

       \MANbr If  Man-Page  output  is generated, causes a linebreak (i.e.  is
              equivalent to \\),otherwise ignored.

       \HTMLbr
              If HTML output is generated, causes a linebreak (i.e.  is equiv-
              alent to \\),otherwise ignored.

       \medskip
              An empty line.

       \SP    Produces some extra space, works also at the beginning of lines.
              The code of the second line looks like: \SP abc \SP\SP xx\\:
              abc    xx
               abc   xx
                abc  xx

       Note: Due to some ``problems'' with TexInfo, the  lines  starting  with
       \SP have a leading . (dot) in the TexInfo output, see [1m-a[4m[22mchar[24m.


   [1mACCEPTED MACROS FROM THE RCSINFO PACKAGE[0m
       \rcsInfo $Id ...$
              if  the  LaTeX  package rcsinfo is used, this command is used to
              extract the date of the Man-page.

       \rcsInfoLongDate
              if the LaTeX package rcsinfo is used, this command  is  used  to
              typeset the date coded in the $Id ..$ string.


   [1mACCEPTED LaTeX MACROS[0m
       The following standard LaTeX commands are accepted:

       \section{..}
              The  section  macro takes one argument: the name of the Man-page
              section. Each Man-page consists of  several  sections.   Usually
              there  are  the  following sections in a Man-page: [4mName[24m (special
              handling as environment, c.f.   above),  [4mSynopsis[24m,  [4mDescription[24m,
              [4mOptions[24m,  [4mFiles[24m,  [4mSee[24m  [4mAlso[24m,  [4mDiagnostics[24m,  [4mReturn[24m [4mValues[24m, [4mBugs[24m,
              [4mAuthor[24m, [4mversion[24m, etc.

       [4mSynopsis[24m must be the first section after the Name environment.

       Note: Do not use LaTeX-macrosin section names.

       \subsection{..}
              works as well as

       \subsubsection{..}
              those.

       \emph{..}
              \emph{example} is typeset as [4mexample[24m.

       \textbf{..}
              \textbf{example} is typeset as [1mexample[22m.

       \texttt{..}
              \textt{example} is typeset as example.

       \underline{..}
              \underline{example} is typeset as [4mexample[24m [4mof[24m [4munderline[24m .

       \date{..}
              uses .. as date.

       \verb+..+
              but only + is allowed as delimiter.

       $<$ is typeset as <.

       $>$ is typeset as >.

       $<=$ is typeset as <=.

       $>=$ is typeset as >=.

       $=$ is typeset as =.

       $<>$ is typeset as <>.

       $\ge$  is typeset as $>=$.

       $\le$  is typeset as $<=$.

       $\leftarrow$
              is typeset as $<--$.

       $\Leftarrow$
              is typeset as $<==$.

       $\rightarrow$
              is typeset as $-->$.

       $\Rightarrow$
              is typeset as $==>$.

       \{ is typeset as {.

       \} is typeset as }.

       \$ is typeset as $.

       \$ is typeset as $,should be used inside macro
              arguments.

       \_ is typeset as _.

       \& is typeset as &.

       \# is typeset as #.

       \% is typeset as %.

       \,     is typeset as smaller blank - - (between the two -)

       \-     is used to mark hyphenation in a word.

       \\ is typeset as a linebreak or marks the end of a column in the
              Table environment.

       \ (a \ followed by a blank) is typeset as a blank,
              although it cannot be used at the beginning of a  line  to  make
              indentation (see the \SP command).

       ~ is typeset as a blank.

       \copyright
              is typeset as (C).

       \noindent

       \hline inside a Table environment.

       \item  inside a itemize, enumerate, or description environment.

       \today 22 December 2010(see also the rcsinfo LaTeXpackage).

       \ss,\"a, ...
              \ss  =  , \"a= , \"o= , \"u= , \"A= , \"O= , \"U= . It is
              allowed to surround these macros in { and } in all places,  even
              inside other macros, e.g.
                   \textbf{\"a\"o\"u\"A\"O\"U\ss}
                   \textbf{\"a}{\"o}{\"u}{\"A}{\"O}{\"U}{\ss}}
                   \textbf{}


       [1m  [0m

       If  these  letters  are  used  in  their LATIN-1 8-bit coding, they are
       translated into the equivalent letter of  the  desired  output  format.
       E.g.  becomes &Auml; in HTML and @"A in texinfo.


   [1mCONDITIONAL TEXT[0m
       latex2man  preprocesses the LaTeX input to allow text to be used condi-
       tionally. A special sort of LaTeX comment is used for that purpose.

       [1m*      [22m%@% IF [4mcondition[24m %@%

       [1m*      [22m%@% ELSE %@%

       [1m*      [22m%@% END-IF %@%

       A line must contain only such a comment and nothing else. [4mcondition[24m  is
       a  boolean  expression  containing  ``names''  and operators. The names
       given with the [1m-C[4m[22mname[24m option have the value ``true'', while  all  other
       names  occuring  in  the expression are assumed to be ``false''. If the
       evaluation of the boolean expression results in the value ``true'', the
       text  in  the  ``then''-part  is  used  and  the  text  in the optional
       ``else''-part is skipped (and vice versa). The  IF/ELSE/END-IF  may  be
       nested. As boolean operators the following are allowed:



       ( and ) for grouping are allowed.

       For example:
       %@% IF abc %@%
       abc set
       %@%  IF xyz %@%
       xyz set
       %@%  ELSE %@%
       xyz NOT set
       %@%  END-IF %@%
       %@% ELSE %@%
       abc NOT set
       %@%  IF xyz || !XYZ %@%
       xyz OR !XYZ set
       %@%  ELSE %@%
       xyz OR !XYZ NOT set
       %@%  END-IF %@%
       %@% END-IF %@%

       Run  this manual page through latex2man with e.g.  [1m-C[4m[22m'abc[24m [4mXYZ'[24m and have
       a look to the generated output.  (If simply running the  LaTeX-document
       through LaTeX,all lines are shown in the .dvi file).
       abc NOT set
       xyz OR !XYZ set

       To check the conditional text feature, when latex2man is called with

       [1m-C[4m[22mHTML[24m  the lines 1a, 2b, 3b, and 4b;

       [1m-C[4m[22mTEXI[24m  the lines 1b, 2a, 3b, and 4b;

       [1m-C[4m[22mMAN[24m   the lines 1b, 2b, 3a, and 4b;

       [1m-C[4m[22mLATEX[0m
               the lines 1b, 2b, 3b, and 4a;

       calling LaTeX without preprocessing
              all lines

       should be shown:

       1b. The HTML conditional was not set.

       2b. The TEXI conditional was not set.

       3a. This text occurs only when viewing the MAN output

       4b. The LATEX conditional was not set.


   [1mTRANSLATION OF USER DEFINED MACROS[0m
       The  user  macro translation file (given by the [[1m-t[4m[22mtransfile[24m]) contains
       Perl commands specifying the translation of LaTeX macros defined by the
       user.  These  macros may have none, one or two arguments. The following
       code is expected:


       [1m*      [22mComments start with a # up to the end of the line.

       [1m*      [22mFor a macro \foo with no arguments, the following code  must  be
              specified:

              Translation to Man-Pages
                     $manMacro{'foo'} = '...';

              Translation to HTML
                     $htmlMacro{'foo'} = '...';

              Translation to TexInfo
                     $texiMacro{'foo'} = '...';

              where ... is the translation.


       [1m*      [22mFor  a macro \foo{..} with one argument, the following code must
              be specified:

              Translation to Man-Pages
                     $manMacro1a{'foo'} = '...';
                     $manMacro1b{'foo'} = '...';

              Translation to HTML
                     $htmlMacro1a{'foo'} = '...';
                     $htmlMacro1b{'foo'} = '...';


              Translation to TexInfo
                     $texiMacro1a{'foo'} = '...';
                     $texiMacro1b{'foo'} = '...';

              where ... is the translation. The 1a code  is  used  before  the
              argument, while 1b is typeset after the argument is set.


       [1m*      [22mFor  a macro \foo{..}{..} with two arguments, the following code
              must be specified:

              Translation to Man-Pages
                     $manMacro2a{'foo'} = '...';
                     $manMacro2b{'foo'} = '...';
                     $manMacro2c{'foo'} = '...';

              Translation to HTML
                     $htmlMacro2a{'foo'} = '...';
                     $htmlMacro2b{'foo'} = '...';
                     $htmlMacro2c{'foo'} = '...';

              Translation to TexInfo
                     $texiMacro2a{'foo'} = '...';
                     $texiMacro2b{'foo'} = '...';
                     $texiMacro2c{'foo'} = '...';

              where ... is the translation. The 2a code  is  used  before  the
              first  argument,  2b between the two arguments and 2c is typeset
              after the second argument is set.

       [1m*      [22mThe file latex2man.trans contains some example code.


   [1mVERBATIM ENVIRONMENT[0m
       This
           {is}
               \texttt{a}
                         $test$
                                _of_
       verbatim
       <this is no HTML tag> and no @* TexInfo command



   [1mSUBSECTION WORKS[0m
       This is a \subsection.


   [1mSubsubsection works[0m
       This is a \subsubsection.


   [1mSubsubsection still works[0m
       This is another \subsubsection.


   [1mGENERAL REMARKS[0m
       1.     Empty lines are typeset as paragraph separators.

       2.     The arguments of the LaTeX commands must not be split over  sev-
              eral lines.

       3.     Do not nest calls to macros.

       4.     Except  the mentioned environment and macros, the usage of other
              LaTeX environments or macros are  not  translated.  Their  usage
              will cause garbage in the output.

       5.     latex2man requires Perl version >= 5.0004_03.

       6.     If you want to install the system with the distributed Makefile,
              you need GNU-make.  If you don't have it, you should execute the
              steps shown in the Makefile manually.


[1mCSS CLASSNAMES[0m
       The table below shows the names of CSS classes that will be included in
       the HTML tags as attributes.  You can specify the CSS style  properties
       in the [4mCSSfile[24m for these classes:


       [1mHTML tag   Class                Style applies to[0m
       body                            the body of the HTML page
       h1         titlehead            the  title at the top of the HTML
                                       page specified as an argument  to
                                       the [4mName[24m environment
       h4         authorhead           the author at the top of the HTML
                                       page specified as an argument  to
                                       the [4mName[24m environment
       h4         datehead             the  date  at the top of the HTML
                                       page
       h4         versionhead          the man page version at  the  top
                                       of  the HTML page specified as an
                                       argument to the [4msetVersion[24m macro
       h2         sectionname          a section title specified  as  an
                                       argument to the [4msection[24m macro
       h4         subsectionname       a  subsection  title specified as
                                       an  argument  to  the  [4msubsection[0m
                                       macro
       h5         subsubsectionname    a  subsubsection  title specified
                                       as an argument to the  [4msubsubsec-[0m
                                       [4mtion[24m macro
       font       progname             a  program  name  specified as an
                                       argument to the [4mProg[24m macro
       font       filename             a file name specified as an argu-
                                       ment to the [4mFile[24m macro
       font       commandname          a  command  name  specified as an
                                       argument to the [4mCmd[24m macro
       font       textstyle            all text that is not an  argument
                                       to some LaTeX or latex2man macro
       font       optstyle             a  name of an option specified as
                                       an argument  to  the  [4mOpt[24m,  [4moOpt[24m,
                                       [4mOptArg[24m,   [4moOptArg[24m   or   [4moOptoArg[0m
                                       macros
       font       argstyle             a name of an  argument  specified
                                       as  an argument to the [4mArg[24m, [4moArg[24m,
                                       [4mOptArg[24m,   [4moOptArg[24m   or   [4moOptoArg[0m
                                       macros
       a, font    urlstyle             a URL specified as an argument to
                                       the [4mURL[24m macro
       a, font    urlstyle.link        subclass of urlstyle class
       a, font    urlstyle.visited     subclass of urlstyle class
       a, font    urlstyle.hover       subclass of urlstyle class
       a, font    emailstyle           an email specified as an argument
                                       to the [4mEmail[24m macro
       a, font    emailstyle.link      subclass of emailstyle class
       a, font    emailstyle.visited   subclass of emailstyle class
       a, font    emailstyle.hover     subclass of emailstyle class
       table      tablestyle           a  table  specified  as  a  [4mTable[0m
                                       environment
       tr         rowstyle             a row of a table specified  as  a
                                       [4mTable[24m environment
       td         cellstyle            a  cell of a table specified as a
                                       [4mTable[24m environment


[1mSOME BUG FIX TESTS[0m
       Leading . and '
              Now leading . and ' in generation troff output should work prop-
              perly,  since  a  \&  is added. Therfore the \Dot macro has been
              deleted.
              Thanks to [1mFrank.Schilder@Mathematik.Tu-Ilmenau.De[22m.
              Testcase 1:

              '\n'   ...

              Testcase 2:
              .foobar Testcase 3:
              ...

              abc ...  abc . efg ' 123


       %in verbatim
              A % in a \verb and verbatim-environment  was  not  emitted  cor-
              rectly. Thanks to Aleksey Nogin [1mnogin@cs.caltech.edu [22mfor the bug
              report and bug fix.

       % abc

          % abc %


       but ignore comments following this:


[1mREQUIREMENTS[0m
       Perl   latex2man requires Perl version >= 5.0004_03.

       Make   If you want to install the system with the distributed Makefile,
              you need GNU-make.  If you don't have it, you should execute the
              steps shown in the Makefile manually.

       LaTeX LaTeX2e is required.


[1mCHANGES[0m
       Please check the file [1mlatex2man-CHANGES [22mfor the  list  of  changes  and
       acknowledgment to people contributing bugfixes or enhancements.


[1mVERSION[0m
       Version: 1.24 of 2010/12/22.


[1mLICENSE AND COPYRIGHT[0m
       Copyright
              (C)1998,  Dr.  Jrgen  Vollmer, Viktoriastrae 15, D-76133 Karl-
              sruhe, Germany,
              [1mJuergen.Vollmer@informatik-vollmer.de[0m

       The actual version of Latex2man may be found on my homepage
       [1mhttp://www.informatik-vollmer.de/software/latex2man.html[22m.


       License
              This program can be  redistributed  and/or  modified  under  the
              terms  of the LaTeX Project Public License Distributed from CTAN
              archives in directory macros/latex/base/lppl.txt; either version
              1 of the License, or any later version.


       Misc   If you find this software useful, please send me a postcard from
              the place where you are living.


[1mAUTHOR[0m
       Dr. Jrgen Vollmer
       Viktoriastrae 15
       D-76133 Karlsruhe
       Email: [1mJuergen.Vollmer@informatik-vollmer.de[0m
       WWW: [1mhttp://www.informatik-vollmer.de[22m.




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