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 cvs-makerepos(1) -- script to create non-existing configured CVS repositories
    This manual page documents briefly the cvs-makerepos command. cvs-makerepos is a script which will create CVS repositories in the locations configured using the Debian configuration scripts with some ...
 cxref(1) -- C Cross Referencing & Documenting tool.
    A program that can automatically generate documentation and cross references for a C program. The input is any C program with appropriate comments and the output is LaTeX, HTML, RTF or SGML files.
 cxref-cc(1) -- compile and document/cross-reference a C source file
    cxref-cc is a front-end shell script interface to the cxref C-language documentation and cross-referencing program. The script runs the C compiler first on filename, applying any compiler options prov...
 cxref-query(1) -- A program to query the cross reference database from cxref.
    A very simple program to query the cross-reference database that is created by the cxref program. This is intended to be an example of the information that is in the database and how to use it rather ...
 date(1) -- print or set the system date and time
    Display the current time in the given FORMAT, or set the system date. -d, --date=STRING display time described by STRING, not `now' -f, --file=DATEFILE like --date once for each line of DATEFILE -I, ...
 dcl2inc(1) -- postprocess ftnchek .dcl files to create separate INCLUDE files
    dcl2inc postprocessing declaration files output by ftnchek(1), replacing unique COMMON block definitions by Fortran INCLUDE statements. For each input .dcl file, a modified output .dcn file is produce...
 dd(1) -- convert and copy a file
    Copy a file, converting and formatting according to the options. bs=BYTES force ibs=BYTES and obs=BYTES cbs=BYTES convert BYTES bytes at a time conv=KEYWORDS convert the file as per the comma separate...
 ddate(1) -- converts Gregorian dates to Discordian dates
    ddate prints the date in Discordian date format. If called with no arguments, ddate will get the current system date, convert this to the Discordian date format and print this on the standard output. ...
 ddd(1) -- The Data Display Debugger
    DDD is a graphical front-end for GDB and other command-line debuggers. Using DDD, you can see what is going on "inside" another program while it executes--or what another program was doing at the mo...
 deallocvt(1) -- deallocate unused virtual terminals
    If given no argument, the program deallocvt deallocates kernel memory and data structures for all unused virtual terminals. If arguments Ni are given, only TTY's /dev/ttyNi are deallocated. A virtual...
 debconf-communicate(1) -- communicate with debconf
    debconf-communicate allows you to communicate with debconf on the fly, from the command line. The package argument is the name of the package which you are pretending to be as you communicate with deb...
 debconf-copydb(1) -- copy a debconf db
    debconf-copydb copies items from an existing debconf database into another, possibly new database. The two databases may have different formats; if so a conversion will automatically be done.
 debconf-getlang(1) -- extract a language from a templates file
    This program helps make and manage translations of debconf templates. There are basically three situations in which this program might be called: A translation is just being started. You want to provi...
 debconf-loadtemplate(1) -- load template file into debconf database
    Loads one of more template files into the debconf database. The first parameter specifies the owner of the templates (typically, the owner is the name of a debian package). The remaining parameters ar...
 debconf-mergetemplate(1) -- merge together multiple debconf template files
    This program is useful if you have multiple debconf templates files which you want to merge together into one big file. All the specified files will be read in, merged, and output to standard output. ...
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