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`gem man bundle` doesn't work #591

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nevans opened this Issue Aug 19, 2010 · 4 comments

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nevans commented Aug 19, 2010

First off, I love the new man pages that you guys have written up. But, if you were to do the following:

$ cd man
$ mv gemfile.5{.ronn,}
$ for f in *.ronn; do mv `basename $f .ronn`{.ronn,.1}; done

and gem install gem-man, then gem man bundle should work, and gem man --list would let everyone know that the man pages are there. There are probably other things that would need to change (e.g. for your website generation), but that should be all that's necessary to see the man pages from the command line.

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cldwalker commented Aug 23, 2010

+1 for distributing bundler with built man pages. As mentioned above gem man bundle would just work. Being a rip user, man bundle would just work.

Is there any way to bring up the sub man pages like bundle-install in the command line? It is strange that the cli manual cannot be accessed from the cli..

Edit: okay I finally understood nevans' instructions (except that I prefer cp over mv)

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indirect commented Aug 21, 2012

bundle help install

On Aug 21, 2012, at 4:56 AM, prusswan notifications@github.com wrote:

Is there any way to bring up the sub man pages like bundle-install in the command line? It is strange that the cli manual cannot be accessed from the cli..


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ixti commented Jul 8, 2013

bundle help provides requested feature.

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