The documentation for pacc was prepared using texinfo. (Documentation systems are often the subject of holy wars. I've been sceptical about texinfo in the past, but it's the simplest system I've ever used that knows anything about producing indexes.)
The manual is available in several formats.
PDF. Far and away the prettiest version of the pacc manual is this PDF. If you want hardcopy, or have an ereader with decent handling of PDFs, this is definitely the version you want.
HTML. Next best is this HTML, handy if you're online. (If you have any interest in a standalone downloadable HTML version, without going to the effort of building it from source, let me know and I'll see what I can do.)
info. If pacc has been installed on your system, then you can read it with any of the standard info readers, for example:
I'm vague on how to properly register a .info file. If anyone can point me in the right direction, I'd appreciate it.
Last updated: 2016-08-03 21:31:34 UTC
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