I am currently writing a man page describing multiple commands. I am
using a2x to convert the *.txt to a man page (or HTML). For some reason,
the output name is generated from the names specified in NAMES.
Using the following NAME section, a2x creates "foo,_bar.1" as output
file instead of the intended "foo.1".
foo, bar - Do some foo
I am running the command as follows:
$ a2x -f manpage foo.txt
Note: Writing foo,_bar.1
See the attachment foo.txt for the whole example file with the issue.
I already tried passing --xsltproc-opts='--output foo.1' but it seems to
be ignored by xsltproc. Is there another way to overwrite this
This looks good. As some sort of workaround I am now using multiple
files and include large parts of the text from a common file.
Thanks for the fix, will consider again to merge this into a single file
after one of the next releases.