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zsoelim



SYNOPSIS

       zsoelim [-CVh] [file ...]


DESCRIPTION

       zsoelim  parses  file arguments, or if none are specified,
       its standard input for lines of the form:

       .so <filename>

       These requests are replaced by the contents of  the  file­
       name  specified.   If  the  request cannot be met, zsoelim
       looks for filename.ext where .ext can be one of .gz, .Z or
       .z.  Other extension types may be supported depending upon
       compile time options.  If the request can be met by a com­
       pressed file, this file is decompressed using an appropri­
       ate decompressor and its output is  used  to  satisfy  the
       request.

       Traditionally,  soelim  programs  were  used to allow roff
       preprocessors to be able to preprocess the files  referred
       to  by  the requests.  This particular version was written
       to circumvent problems created by support  for  compressed
       manual pages.


OPTIONS

       -C     This flag is available for compatibility with other
              soelim programs.  Its use is to enable .so requests
              followed  by  something  other than whitespace.  As
              this  is  already  the  default  behaviour,  it  is
              ignored.

       -h     Print a help message and exit.

       -V     Display version and author information.


SEE ALSO

       nroff(1), troff(1), groff(1), man(1).


AUTHOR

       Wilf. (G.Wilford@ee.surrey.ac.uk).
       Fabrizio Polacco (fpolacco@debian.org).

2.4.1                   07 September 2001              zsoelim(1)
  
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