Provided by: dwww_1.13.1_i386 bug


       dwww-find - find documentation related to a search argument


       dwww-find  [--program|--menu|--documentation|--docfile|--doc-base-list]
       [--skip=number] argument [...]


       dwww-find is part of the dwww package, which provides access to on-line
       documentation on a Debian system via WWW.

       dwww-find  searches for a documentation related to a given program, for
       entries from Debian Documentation  Menu,  or  at  least  for  documents
       registered  with  doc-base.   It returns a HTML-formatted document with
       search results.


              Search for documentation  (man pages, info files, etc.)  related
              to program specified by argument.

       --menu Search  for entries in Debian Documentation Menu pages generated
              by dwww-build-menu(8).

              Search in documentation files registered with doc-base.  It uses
              search++(1) for searching.

              Search  for  documentation  for package, which contains the file
              specified by the argument.  The file must be located in or below
              a  directory  that has been allowed by the system administrator;
              see dwww(7) for more info.

              Show list of registerered doc-base  files  for  given  argument,
              which   should   be   specified   as  format/document-id,  where
              document-id is an identificator of registered doc-base document,
              and  format is a name of format (e.g. text or pdf) registered by
              the document, for which the list list is to be generated.

              Works only with --documentation.  Skip number of search results.

       When no options are specified, --program is assumed.


              Configuration file for dwww.


       dwww(7),   dwww-quickfind(8),   dwww-build-menu(8),    dwww-index++(8),
       search++(1),          Debian         doc-base         Manual         in


       Lars Wirzenius.  Robert Luberda.
       See dwww(7) for copyrights and stuff.