In Ubuntu linux I can't get any man pages for C++ keywords. Is there some kind of package I can install to fix this?
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Look here too for STL.. how to detect lines of code with regex in VIM
sudid apt-receive install manpages-dev glibc-doc
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check out this project: https://github.com/Aitjcize/cppman Which generates manpages from cplusplus.com. What is the difference between the various unistd.h under /usr/include in Linux?UDP sockets in ad hoc network (Ubuntu 9.10)
The libstdc++6-4.4-doc will install the man pages for STL too, not only the HTML doc. The manpages-posix-dev package is also really good to have..
You need install manpages-dev package : .
$ sudid apt-receive install manpages-dev
You could also consider installing libstdc++6-4.4-doc, which installs the full C++ library documentation in HTML format, generated from the doxygen comments (you must find it in
/usr/share/doc/libstdc++6-4.4-doc/libstdc++/html/index.html, and I think this scrollkeeper indexes it). Remember to install the updated package when the installed g++ version changes..