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[opkg] man: remove obsolete manual pages

Message ID 20200824144600.441391-1-baptiste@bitsofnetworks.org
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Baptiste Jonglez Aug. 24, 2020, 2:46 p.m. UTC
From: Baptiste Jonglez <git@bitsofnetworks.org>

The man pages have not been updated since 2010.  Options are documented in
the usage message obtained when running "opkg" without arguments.

In addition, the man page are no longer used anywhere in the build system
since 2017: the autoconf-based build system was removed in 6215c27b1d3a
("build: remove automake/autoconf build system").

Signed-off-by: Baptiste Jonglez <git@bitsofnetworks.org>
---
 man/opkg-cl.1.in  | 190 ----------------------------------------------
 man/opkg-key.1.in |  37 ---------
 2 files changed, 227 deletions(-)
 delete mode 100644 man/opkg-cl.1.in
 delete mode 100644 man/opkg-key.1.in
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diff --git a/man/opkg-cl.1.in b/man/opkg-cl.1.in
deleted file mode 100644
index 2bfb792..0000000
--- a/man/opkg-cl.1.in
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,190 +0,0 @@ 
-.TH "@PACKAGE_NAME@" 1 "@CLEAN_DATE@" "@PACKAGE_STRING@" "User Commands"
-.SH NAME
-opkg-cl \- command line utility to install, upgrade and uninstall opkg
-software packages
-.
-.SH SYNOPSIS
-.B \fBopkg-cl\fP [\fIOPTIONS...\fP] \fIsub-command\fP [\fIARGUMENTS...\fP]
-.
-.SH DESCRIPTION
-\fBopkg-cl\fP is a simple utility to install, upgrade and uninstall opkg
-software packages. Opkg is a lightweight package management system based 
-on Ipkg.
-.
-.SH "OPTIONS AND COMMANDS"
-.SS SUB-COMMANDS : PACKAGE MANIPULATION
-.TP
-\fBupdate\fR
-Update list of available packages
-.TP
-\fBupgrade\fR
-Upgrade installed packages
-.TP
-\fBinstall <\fIpackage(s)\fP>\fR
-Install \fIpackage(s)\fP
-.TP
-\fBconfigure <\fIpackage(s)\fP>\fR
-Configure unpacked \fIpackage(s)\fP
-.TP
-\fBremove <\fIpackages\fP|\fIregexp\fP>\fR
-Remove \fIpackage(s)\fP. \fIregexp\fP could be something like 'pkgname*' '*file*' or similar
-.TP
-\fBflag <\fIflag\fP> <\fIpackages\fP>\fR
-Flag \fIpackage(s)\fP. Available flags (one per invocation):
-.TS
-tab(@);
-l. 
-hold
-noprune
-user
-ok
-installed
-unpacked
-.TE
-.SS INFORMATIONAL SUB-COMMANDS
-.TP
-\fBlist\fR
-List available packages
-.TP
-\fBlist-installed\fR
-List installed packages
-.TP
-\fBlist-upgradable\fR
-List installed and upgradable packages
-.TP
-\fBlist-changed-conffiles\fR
-List package configuration files which have been modified after installation
-.TP
-\fBfiles <\fIpackage\fP>\fR
-List files belonging to \fIpackage\fP
-.TP
-\fBsearch <\fIfile\fP|\fIregexp\fP>\fR
-List package providing \fIfile\fP
-.TP
-\fBinfo [\fIpackage\fP|\fIregexp\fP]\fR
-Display all info for selected packages
-.TP
-\fBstatus [\fIpackage\fP|\fIregexp\fP]\fR
-Display all statuses for selected packages
-.TP
-\fBdownload <\fIpackage\fP>\fR
-Download \fIpackage\fP to current directory
-.TP
-\fBcompare-version <\fIversion1\fP> <\fIoperator\fP> <\fIversion2\fP>\fR
-compare versions using following operators :
-.TS
-tab(@);
-c l. 
-<<@less than
-<@less than or equal to
-<=@less than or equal to
- =@equal to
->=@greater than or equal to
->@greater than or equal to
->>@greater than
-.TE
-.TP
-\fBprint-architecture\fR
-List installable package architectures
-.TP
-\fBwhatdepends [\fI\-A\fP] <\fIpackage(s)\fP|\fIregexp\fP>\fR
-.TP
-\fBwhatdependsrec [\fI\-A\fP] <\fIpackage(s)\fP|\fIregexp\fP>\fR
-.TP
-\fBwhatprovides [\fI\-A\fP] <\fIpackage(s)\fP|\fIregexp\fP>\fR
-.TP
-\fBwhatconflicts [\fI\-A\fP] <\fIpackage(s)\fP|\fIregexp\fP>\fR
-.TP
-\fBwhatreplaces [\fI\-A\fP] <\fIpackage(s)\fP|\fIregexp\fP>\fR
-
-.SS OPTIONS
-.TP 
-\fB\-A\fR
-Query all packages not just those installed
-.
-.TP
-\fB\-v <\fIlevel\fP>, --verbosity <\fIlevel\fP>\fR
-Set verbosity level to \fIlevel\fP. Verbosity levels :
-.TS
-tab(@);
-l l.
-0@errors only
-1@normal messages (default)
-2@informative messages
-3@debug
-4@debug level 2
-.TE
-.
-.TP
-\fB\-f <\fIconf_file\fP>, \fB\--conf <\fIconf_file\fP>\fR
-Use \fIconf_file\fP as the opkg configuration file
-.TP
-\fB\--cache <\fIdirectory\fP>\fR
-Use a package cache
-.TP
-\fB\-d <\fIdest_name\fP>, \fB\--dest <\fIdest_name\fP>\fR
-Use \fIdest_name\fP as the the root directory for
-package installation, removal, upgrading. \fIdest_name\fP should be a 
-defined dest name from the configuration file, (but can also be a
-directory name in a pinch).
-.TP 
-\fB\-o <\fIdirectory\fP>, \fB\--offline-root <\fIdirectory\fP>\fR
-Use \fIdirectory\fP as the root directory for offline installation of 
-packages.
-.TP 
-\fB\--add-dest <\fIname\fP>:<\fIpath\fP>\fR
-Register \fIpath\fP as installation target \fIname\fP for use in
-conjunction with \fB\--dest\fP
-.TP 
-\fB\--add-arch <\fIarch\fP>:<\fIprio\fP>\fR
-Register the package architecture \fIarch\fP with the numeric
-priority \fIprio\fP. Lower priorities take precedence.
-.SS FORCE OPTIONS
-.TP 
-\fB\--force-depends \fR
-Install/remove despite failed dependencies
-.TP 
-\fB\--force-maintainer \fR
-Overwrite preexisting config files
-.TP 
-\fB\--force-reinstall \fR
-Reinstall package(s)
-.TP 
-\fB\--force-overwrite\fR
-Overwrite files from other package(s)
-.TP 
-\fB\--force-downgrade\fR
-Allow opkg-cl to downgrade packages
-.TP 
-\fB\--force-space \fR
-Disable free space checks
-.TP 
-\fB\--force-postinstall \fR
-Execute package postinstall scripts in offline installation mode
-.TP 
-\fB\--noaction\fR
-No action \- test only
-.TP 
-\fB\--download-only\fR
-No action \- download only
-.TP 
-\fB\--nodeps\fR
-Do not follow dependencies
-.TP 
-\fB\--force-removal-of-dependent-packages\fR
-Remove package and all dependencies
-.TP 
-\fB\--autoremove\fR
-Remove packages that were installed automatically to satisfy dependencies
-.TP 
-\fB\-t <\fIdirectory\fP>, \--tmp-dir <\fIdirectory\fP>\fR
-Specify \fIdirectory\fP as temporary directory
-.
-.SH "REPORTING BUGS"
-Report bugs to http://code.google.com/p/opkg/issues/list
-.
-.P
-Copyright \(co Opkg development team.
-.P
-Copyright \(co Ipkg development team.
-.
diff --git a/man/opkg-key.1.in b/man/opkg-key.1.in
deleted file mode 100644
index f1aa221..0000000
--- a/man/opkg-key.1.in
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,37 +0,0 @@ 
-.TH "@PACKAGE_NAME@" 1 "@CLEAN_DATE@" "@PACKAGE_STRING@" "User Commands"
-.SH NAME
-opkg-key \- utility to manage opkg's list of trusted keys
-
-.
-.SH SYNOPSIS
-.B \fBopkg-key\fP [\fIOPTIONS...\fP] \fIsub-command\fP [\fIARGUMENTS...\fP]
-.
-.SH DESCRIPTION
-\fBopkg-key\fP is a utility to manage opkg's list of trusted keys. Opkg
-is a lightweight package management system based on Ipkg.
-.
-.SH SUB-COMMANDS
-.TP
-\fBadd <\fIfile\fP>\fR
-add the key contained in \fIfile\fP ('\-' for stdin)
-.TP
-\fBdel <\fIkeyid\fP>\fR
-remove the key \fIkeyid\fP
-.TP
-\fBlist\fR
-list trusted keys
-.
-.SH OPTIONS
-.TP
-\fB\-o <\fIroot\fP>\fR
-use \fIroot\fP as the offline root directory
-.
-.SH "REPORTING BUGS"
-Report bugs to http://code.google.com/p/opkg/issues/list
-.
-.SH COPYRIGHT
-.P
-Copyright \(co Opkg development team.
-.P
-Copyright \(co Ipkg development team.
-.