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mkd2man — convert a markdown document into an mdoc manual page
mkd2man [-h] [-d date] [-s section] [-t title] [file]
mkd2man utility reads file and generates mdoc(7) input from markdown source. If unspecified, file is taken to be standard input. The options are as follows: -d, --date set the document date (‘Dd’) to date (preferrably in "Month Day, Year" format). If unspecified, mkd2man uses the file modification date or current date if reading is from standard input or if stat(2) fails. -h, --help display help text. -s, --section set the document section (‘Dt’) to section. If unspecified, mkd2man uses 1. -t, --title set the document title (‘Dt’) to title. If unspecified, mkd2man uses the suffix- stripped filename part of file. When reading is from stdin the title must be specified.
The mkd2man utility exits 0 on success, and >0 if an error occurs.
mkd2man was written by Natasha "Kerensikova" Porte <firstname.lastname@example.org> and Baptiste Daroussin <email@example.com>. Manual page was originally written by Massimo Manghi <firstname.lastname@example.org>, and rewritten to mdoc format by Svyatoslav Mishyn <email@example.com>.