mdoc documents fit perfectly into a UNIX development environment. In general, this is defined by a group of source files that produce executables as compiled and linked by make, called a build system. Sources are usually version-controlled using cvs, called revision control.
In this section, I discuss methods for integrating mdoc documents into a source-controlled build environment. I'll focus on mandoc as a formatter, but provide stubs for using nroff.
Our examples will consider a project building a utility foo from its single source file foo.c.
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