Paperkey on windows

Charly Avital shavital at
Sat Jan 10 19:05:22 CET 2009

David Shaw wrote the following on 1/10/09 9:54 AM:

> Just do  
> plain ./configure and let it figure out what options to use.

Thanks, I figured that should be way to go, but I wanted to have an
expert opinion.

> As a general rule (for paperkey and really most programs), you just  
> build with ./configure and nothing else unless you are doing something  
> unusual or special.



> It's probably in /usr/local/share/man/man1/paperkey.1,

Indeed it is.

> but that  
> doesn't matter unless you want to read the raw nroff manual file.   
> Just do "man paperkey" and let the machine do the work for you.

As I indicated in my post, man paperkey works fine.

I just wanted to include the path in 'ManOpen's' Preferences.

Thanks for your prompt answer.
> David

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