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That doesn't look very assuring

$ podchecker /pro/bin/plp /pro/bin/plp pod syntax OK. $ pod2latex -full -out plp /pro/bin/plp Unknown sequence A</td> at /pro/bin/pod2latex line 218. Unknown sequence D</a> at /pro/bin/pod2latex line 218. Unknown sequence D</a> at /pro/bin/pod2latex line 218. Unknown sequence N</a> at /pro/bin/pod2latex line 218. Unknown sequence U</a> at /pro/bin/pod2latex line 218. Unknown sequence O</a> at /pro/bin/pod2latex line 218. Unknown sequence U</a> at /pro/bin/pod2latex line 218. Unknown sequence A</a> at /pro/bin/pod2latex line 218. Unknown sequence D</a> at /pro/bin/pod2latex line 218. Escape sequence /a not recognised at line 2407 of file /pro/bin/plp Unknown sequence M</a> at /pro/bin/pod2latex line 218. ... and a lot more $ latex2man plp.tex plp.man latex2man: in line 37 Arguments of \subsection are not contained in a single line +. Remember: all arguments of a macro must be on the same line +. $ ls -l plp* -rw-rw-rw- 1 merijn users 0 Oct 28 10:57 plp.man -rw-rw-rw- 1 merijn users 44990 Oct 28 10:54 plp.tex $
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Enjoy, Have FUN! H.Merijn

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