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Re: wanting to contribute documentation to coreutils

From: Jim Meyering
Subject: Re: wanting to contribute documentation to coreutils
Date: Tue, 07 Feb 2006 15:57:10 +0100 wrote:
> Suppose I read in a ChangeLog file that documentation is needed in an
> area and I want to help, what is the process for inserting
> documentation into, for example, the coreutils project? I notice
> changes to doc/coreutils.texi, is that the best place to start? and
> does that change manpages as well? if not, is there a file that when
> changed will update the info-page as well as manpage?

The best place to start for coreutils is doc/coreutils.texi.
That is the primary source of documentation.  However, note
that man pages are generated automatically by running help2man
to convert each program's --help output to the corresponding man page.

If it involves coreutils, the best place to post is

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