Berkeley -me macros were implemented in the current version
The groff (GNU troff) software, a typesetting package which reads plain text mixed with formatting commands and produces formatted output, has been updated to version 1.22.2.As everyone is well aware, groff is the GNU implementation of troff, a document formatting system and the current release comes with quite a few changes.
groff (GNU troff) 1.22.2 comes with implementations of troff, pic, eqn, tbl, grn, refer, -man, -mdoc, -mom, and -ms macros, and drivers for PostScript, PDF, TeX dvi format, HP LaserJet 4 printers, Canon CAPSL printers, HTML and XHTML format (beta status), and typewriter-like devices.
Included in the same version is a modified version of the Berkeley -me macros, the enhanced version gxditview of the X11 xditview previewer, and an implementation of the -mm macros.
Check out the announcement on the official mailing list.
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