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devhelp(1)							      devhelp								devhelp(1)

devhelp - A developers help program. SYNTAX
DevHelp is a help system for GNOME. OPTIONS
-s, --search=STRING Search for a function. EXAMPLES
To run this program the standard way type: devhelp If you would like to search for a function, type: devhelp -s search-string AUTHORS
Copyright (C) 2000, 2001 The Free Software Foundation DevHelp was written by Johan Dahlin <>, Mikael Hallendal <> and Richard Hult <>. This manual page is Copyright (c) 2001 Johan Dahlin <>. It has been written for the Debian GNU/Linux distribution and is distributed under the GNU General Public License. As such, it may be used, modified and distributed by anyone else as long as this copy- right notice is preserved. SEE ALSO
gnome(1) Johan Dahlin <;> 0.2 devhelp(1)

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gnome-panel-control <option> DESCRIPTION
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