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SOELIMINATE(1)						    BSD General Commands Manual 					    SOELIMINATE(1)

NAME
soeliminate -- interpret .so directive in manpages
SYNOPSIS
soeliminate [-Crtv] [-I dir] [files ...]
DESCRIPTION
soeliminate reads files lines by lines. If a line starts by: ``.so anotherfile'' it replace the line by processing ``anotherfile''. Otherwise the line is printed to stdout. -C Compatibility with GNU groff's soelim(1) (does nothing). -r Compatibility with GNU groff's soelim(1) (does nothing). -t Compatibility with GNU groff's soelim(1) (does nothing). -v Compatibility with GNU groff's soelim(1) (does nothing). -I dir This option specify directories where soeliminate searches for files (both those on the command line and those named in ``.so'' directive.) This options may be specified multiple times. The directories will be searched in the order specified. The files are always searched first in the current directory. A file specified with an absolute path will be opened directly without performing a search.
SEE ALSO
mandoc(1), soelim(1)
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