The Modular Manual Browser is a set of PHP scripts designed as a man/apropos work-alike. It indexes manual pages across different operating systems and displays them in a searchable database in a Web browser. It is easy to set up and includes highlighting, linking support in man pages, browsing and searching of pages, categories, and manuals. It can also optionally set up a database containing descriptions of pages from the page titles.
|Tags||Systems Administration Archiving Information Management Document Repositories|
Release Notes: Apropos-style subword searching added (requires a description database). Layout has been modified to reflect apropos vs man search. Code cleanyp. searchPages no longer displays "Nothing Found" if nothing was found in $mandir but something was found in the local database. "Any" manual search no longer includes "local" if $mandir/.local file does not exist. New config options and internal API.
Release Notes: Sections searches are now case insensitive. mandb was cleaned up and user header.html and footer.html now override the built-in header and footer. roff relative includes were fixed, "Description" database support was added, man pages were created, and access restrictions were implemented. The what-is-search and display logic were redesigned and whole section and manual browsing was added.
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