Open manpages in your browser!
Access all your manpages directly from your browser!
Man::script is an awesome tool for those that make use of terminal commands and the manpages that comes with these programs. It allows you to open any manpage installed on your system right from the browser where you can read more comfortably these help pages, and even navigate to other manpages referenced in the one you are reading.
Man::script also can create a manpage index, with links to all the system's manpages, making it very easy to access them. Just open the index and start browsing your manpages like if they were web pages, in fact, Man::script converts them into web pages!
- Easy access of manpages from a browser
- Create an index with all the system's manpages in alphabetical order with links you can click.
- No need to have Man::script running all the time. Man::script will do its job when a browser's call is made, then it will quit.
Installing Man::script is super easy, just open the DMG image and drag Man::script to your /Applications folder. That's it!
Usage of Man::script is also super easy. Open your browser and type in the URL bar:
Where <command> is the command you want the manpage for. For example, if you want to read the manpage for the cp command, type:
Note: ManScript is provided “as is” without warranty of any kind, either expressed or implied, including, but not limited to, the implied warranties of merchantability, or fitness for a particular purpose.