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Description of problem:
There are already man pages for C, Perl, and Tk. Let's have Python's
manual there too. It is already somewhere around the hard disk, as
help() function in Python interpreter generates in man format.
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Steps to Reproduce:
1. man sys
Actual Results: nothing found
Expected Results: find sys module man page of Python
I would think this is an RFE that should be submitted upstream, to the
python folks - it doesn't have anything to do with the way Red Hat
packages python. If you have a patch, I'll be happy to submit it upstream.
Feel free to reopen the bug, of course.
You seem completely right. Sorry for the noise. Forgetting about
that for the moment.