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phpMan 1.4.2 released

change log

0 fixed the url in <http://www.example.com> with ">"
1 fixed the % in url like: http://www.cl.cam.ac.uk/%7Emgk25/unicode.html
2 set MAN_WIDTH = 100
3 set default homepage http://phpunixman.sourceforge.net

Posted by Che, Dong 2006-02-26

phpMan 1.4.1 (XSS security fix) released

Fixed the potential XSS security hole.

phpMan is a unix Man page / Perldoc / Info page Web Interface runs on PHP 4.2 above. phpMan.php is a one file script makes it easier to read man pages which is lengthy and require you to use 'more' or 'pg' filters. Just try it if you feel hard to remember the command for page back or need to dump man page into text/html format. Tested on GNU/Linux and FreeBSD.

Posted by Che, Dong 2005-12-02

phpMan 1.4 stable released

phpMan.php is a unix Man page / Perldoc / Info page Web Interface runs on PHP 4.2 above. One file script makes it easier to read man pages which is lengthy and require you to use 'more' or 'pg' filters. (Apache 2.0 need configure: AcceptPathInfo On)

In phpMan 1.4 just little interface tuning, a better tool: dwww of debian is recommended.
http://packages.debian.org/stable/doc/dwww

Posted by Che, Dong 2005-01-15

phpMan 1.3(stable) released

phpMan.php is a unix Man page / Perldoc / Info page Web Interface runs on PHP 4.2 above. One file script makes it easier to read man pages which is lengthy and require you to use \'more\' or \'pg\' filters. (Apache 2.0 need configure: AcceptPathInfo On)

Posted by Che, Dong 2004-01-27

phpMan 1.2 stable released

phpMan: Unix Man page/ Perldoc / Info page Web Interface

CHANGES:
fixed perldoc on redhat8 problems
fixed empty section on title
added expires header

Posted by Che, Dong 2003-05-03

phpMan 1.1.3(fixed Security vulnerability)

fixed Security vulnerability by added escapeshellarg($parm)
update now!

Posted by Che, Dong 2003-03-12

phpMan 1.1 (stable) released

phpMan is a unix Man page / Perldoc / Info page Web Interface runs on PHP 4.2 above. phpMan.php is a one file script makes it easier to read man pages which is lengthy and require you to use 'more' or 'pg' filters. Just try it if you feel hard to remember the command for page back or need to dump man page into text/html format. Tested on GNU/Linux and FreeBSD.

Posted by Che, Dong 2003-01-02