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Add sections NAME, SYNOPSIS, and DESCRIPTION

Signed-off-by: Thomas Lauf <thomas.lauf@tngtech.com>
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lauft committed Feb 15, 2019
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.SH CONFIGURATION FILE AND OVERRIDE OPTIONS
.TH timew-config 7 2018-02-03 "${PACKAGE_STRING}" "User Manuals"
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.SH NAME
timew-config \- Timewarrior configuration file an override options
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.SH SYNOPSIS
.B timew rc.<name>=<value> <command>
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.SH DESCRIPTION
Timewarrior stores its configuration in a file in the user's home directory:
~/.timewarrior/timewarrior.cfg.
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.SH DATES
.TH timew-dates 7 2018-02-03 "${PACKAGE_STRING}" "User Manuals"
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.SH NAME
timew-dates \- date formats supported by Timewarrior
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.SH SYNOPSIS
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.SH DESCRIPTION
Timewarrior supports the following date formats based on ISO-8601:
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<extended-date> [T <extended-time>] Extended date, optional extended time
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.SH DOM
.TH timew-dom 7 2018-02-03 "${PACKAGE_STRING}" "User Manuals"
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.SH NAME
timew-dom \- Timewarrior DOM
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.SH SYNOPSIS
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.SH DESCRIPTION
Supported DOM references are:
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dom.tag.count Count of all tags
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.SH DURATIONS
.TH timew-durations 7 2018-02-03 "${PACKAGE_STRING}" "User Manuals"
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.SH NAME
timew-durations \- duration formats supported by Timewarrior
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.SH SYNOPSIS
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.SH DESCRIPTION
Timewarrior supports the following duration formats based on ISO-8601:
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'P' [nn 'Y'] [nn 'M'] [nn 'D'] ['T' [nn 'H'] [nn 'M'] [nn 'S']]
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.SH HINTS
.TH timew-hints 7 2018-02-03 "${PACKAGE_STRING}" "User Manuals"
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.SH NAME
timew-hints \- Timewarrior hints
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.SH SYNOPSIS
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.SH DESCRIPTION
Timewarrior supports hints, which are single-word command line features that start with a colon like this:
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:week
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``.SH INTERVAL
.TH timew-intervals 7 2018-02-03 "${PACKAGE_STRING}" "User Manuals"
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.SH NAME
timew-intervals \- date and time ranges supported by Timewarrior
.SH SYNOPSIS
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.SH DESCRIPTION
An interval defines a block of time that is tracked.
The syntax for specifying an interval is flexible, and may be one of:
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