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From: "Anthony J. Bentley" <anthony@anjbe.name>
To: discuss@mandoc.bsd.lv
Cc: "Jason A. Donenfeld" <Jason@zx2c4.com>,
	Stephen Gregoratto <dev@sgregoratto.me>
Subject: Re: [PATCH] Fix formatting in wg-quick(8)
Date: Thu, 13 Feb 2020 21:00:19 -0700	[thread overview]
Message-ID: <26710-1581652819.729791@VYCU.Vgnw.Vr5M> (raw)
In-Reply-To: <20200213222845.GA31578@athene.usta.de>

Jason A. Donenfeld writes:
> It's 2020 now, but what would you think of retaining the original
> date? Or do you usually bump it on every change? I'm not sure what the
> convention is.

Convention is to bump date on every change.

> Looks like you removed the (8) on wg-quick there by accident.

Usually the section is dropped when referring to self. I made the same
change independently before seeing this email.

> You've ordered these alphabetically, but the original ordering was
> chosen deliberately.

Alphabetical is another strongly held convention, so much so that mandoc
gives a warning about it.

Ingo Schwarze writes:
> Do you want somebody to have a go at converting your two files
> to mdoc(7)?

My attempt is below. One of the more difficult mdoc conversions I've
done!

Some thoughts that came up during the process:

- There were a few places like this where I wasn't sure if squeezing Ar
  in there might be overkill:

    Upon bringing the interface up, this runs
    .Ql resolvconf -a tun.INTERFACE -m 0 -x
    and upon bringing it down, this runs
    .Ql resolvconf -d tun.INTERFACE .

- Does the config file support statements across multiple lines (with
  backslash or some such)? Then we could avoid the ugly wrapping in
  wg-quick(8)'s EXAMPLES.

- Wasn't there discussion on the Groff list about moving to title case
  instead of all caps in section headers? Is that something we want to
  encourage in downstream manuals?

- Not sure of my use of Bro/Brc.

- The hanging indent in long tag list items seems problematic here.
  Suggestions?

Pages below--directly, not as a diff, since files are entirely different.


.Dd February 13, 2020
.Dt WG 8
.Os
.Sh NAME
.Nm wg
.Nd set and retrieve configuration of WireGuard interfaces
.Sh SYNOPSIS
.Nm wg
.Op Ar COMMAND
.Op Ar OPTIONS ...
.Op Ar ARGS ...
.Sh DESCRIPTION
.Nm wg
is the configuration utility for getting and setting the configuration of
WireGuard tunnel interfaces.
The interfaces themselves can be added and removed using
.Xr ip-link 8
and their IP addresses and routing tables can be set using
.Xr ip-address 8
and
.Xr ip-route 8 .
The
.Nm
utility provides a series of sub-commands for changing WireGuard-specific
aspects of WireGuard interfaces.
.Pp
If no
.Ar COMMAND
is specified,
.Ar COMMAND
defaults to
.Cm show .
Sub-commands that take an
.Ar interface
must be passed a WireGuard interface.
.Sh COMMANDS
.Bl -tag -width Ds
.It Cm show Bro Ar interface | Cm all | interfaces Brc Oo Cm public-key | \
private-key | listen-port | fwmark | peers | preshared-keys | endpoints | \
allowed-ips | latest-handshakes | persistent-keepalive | transfer | dump Oc
Shows current WireGuard configuration and runtime information of specified
.Ar interface .
If no interface is specified,
.Ar interface
defaults to
.Cm all .
If
.Cm interfaces
is specified, prints a list of all WireGuard interfaces,
one per line, and quits.
If no options are given after the interface specification, then prints a list
of all attributes in a visually pleasing way meant for the terminal.
Otherwise, prints specified information grouped by newlines and tabs,
meant to be used in scripts.
For this script-friendly display, if
.Cm all
is specified,
then the first field for all categories of information is the interface name.
If
.Cm dump
is specified, then several lines are printed;
the first contains in order separated by tab:
private-key, public-key, listen-port, fwmark.
Subsequent lines are printed for each peer
and contain in order separated by tab:
public-key, preshared-key, endpoint, allowed-ips, latest-handshake,
transfer-rx, transfer-tx, persistent-keepalive.
.It Cm showconf Ar interface
Shows the current configuration of
.Ar interface
in the format described by
.Sx CONFIGURATION FILE FORMAT
below.
.It Cm set Ar interface Oo Cm listen-port Ar port Oc Oo Cm fwmark Ar fwmark Oc \
Oo Cm private-key Ar file-path Oc Oo peer Ar base64-public-key Oo Cm remove Oc \
Oo Cm preshared-key Ar file-path Oc Oo Cm endpoint Ar ip : Ns Ar port Oc \
Oo Cm persistent-keepalive Ar interval_seconds Oc Oo Cm allowed-ips Ar ip1 Ns \
/ Ns Ar cidr1 Ns Oo \&, Ns Ar ip2 Ns / Ns Ar cidr2 Ar ... Oc Oc Oc Ar ...
Sets configuration values for the specified
.Ar interface .
Multiple
Ar peer Ns s
may be specified, and if the
.Cm remove
argument is given for a peer, that peer is removed, not configured.
If
.Cm listen-port
is not specified, or set to 0,
the port will be chosen randomly when the interface comes up.
Both
.Cm private-key
and
.Cm preshared-key
must be files, because command line arguments are not considered private on
most systems but if you are using
.Xr bash 1 ,
you may safely pass in a string by specifying as
.Cm private-key
or
.Cm preshared-key
the expression:
.Ql <(echo PRIVATEKEYSTRING) .
If
.Pa /dev/null
or another empty file is specified as the filename for either
.Cm private-key
or
.Cm preshared-key ,
the key is removed from the device.
The use of
.Cm preshared-key
is optional, and may be omitted;
it adds an additional layer of symmetric-key cryptography to be mixed into
the already existing public-key cryptography, for post-quantum resistance.
If
.Cm allowed-ips
is specified, but the value is the empty string,
all allowed ips are removed from the peer.
The use of
.Cm persistent-keepalive
is optional and is by default off; setting it to 0 or
.Ql off
disables it.
Otherwise it represents, in seconds, between 1 and 65535 inclusive,
how often to send an authenticated empty packet to the peer, for the purpose of
keeping a stateful firewall or NAT mapping valid persistently.
For example, if the interface very rarely sends traffic,
but it might at anytime receive traffic from a peer, and it is behind NAT,
the interface might benefit from having a persistent keepalive interval
of 25 seconds; however, most users will not need this.
The use of
.Cm fwmark
is optional and is by default off; setting it to 0 or
.Ql off
disables it.
Otherwise it is a 32-bit fwmark for outgoing packets
and may be specified in hexadecimal by prepending
.Ql 0x .
.It Cm setconf Ar interface configuration-filename
Sets the current configuration of
.Ar interface
to the contents of
.Ar configuration-filename ,
which must be in the format described by
.Sx CONFIGURATION FILE FORMAT
below.
.It Cm addconf Ar interface configuration-filename
Appends the contents of
.Ar configuration-filename ,
which must be in the format described by
.Sx CONFIGURATION FILE FORMAT
below, to the current configuration of
.Ar interface .
.It Cm syncconf Ar interface configuration-filename
Like
.Cm setconf ,
but reads back the existing configuration first and only makes changes that are
explicitly different between the configuration file and the interface.
This is much less efficient than
.Cm setconf ,
but has the benefit of not disrupting current peer sessions.
The contents of
.Ar configuration-filename
must be in the format described by
.Sx CONFIGURATION FILE FORMAT
below.
.It Cm genkey
Generates a random
.Em private
key in base64 and prints it to standard output.
.It Cm genpsk
Generates a random
.Em preshared
key in base64 and prints it to standard output.
.It Cm pubkey
Calculates a
.Em public
key and prints it in base64 to standard output from a corresponding
.Em private
key (generated with
.Cm genkey )
given in base64 on standard input.
.Pp
A private key and a corresponding public key
may be generated at once by calling:
.Pp
.Dl $ umask 077
.Dl $ wg genkey | tee private.key | wg pubkey > public.key
.It Cm help
Shows usage message.
.El
.Sh CONFIGURATION FILE FORMAT
The configuration file format is based on INI.
There are two top level sections \(em
.Ic Interface
and
.Ic Peer .
Multiple
.Ic Peer
sections may be specified, but only one
.Ic Interface
section may be specified.
.Pp
The
.Ar Interface
section may contain the following fields:
.Bl -tag -width Ds
.It Ic PrivateKey
A base64 private key generated by
.Ql wg genkey .
Required.
.It Ic ListenPort
A 16-bit port for listening.
Optional; if not specified, chosen randomly.
.It Ic FwMark
A 32-bit fwmark for outgoing packets.
If set to 0 or
.Ql off ,
this option is disabled.
May be specified in hexadecimal by prepending
.Ql 0x .
Optional.
.El
.Pp
The
.Ic Peer
sections may contain the following fields:
.Bl -tag -width Ds
.It Ic PublicKey
A base64 public key calculated by
.Ql wg pubkey
from a private key,
and usually transmitted out of band to the author of the configuration file.
Required.
.It Ic PresharedKey
A base64 preshared key generated by
.Ql wg genpsk .
Optional, and may be omitted.
This option adds an additional layer of symmetric-key cryptography
to be mixed into the already existing public-key cryptography,
for post-quantum resistance.
.It Ic AllowedIPs
A comma-separated list of IP (v4 or v6) addresses with CIDR masks
from which incoming traffic for this peer is allowed
and to which outgoing traffic for this peer is directed.
The catch-all
.Ql 0.0.0.0/0
may be specified for matching all IPv4 addresses, and
.Ql ::/0
may be specified for matching all IPv6 addresses.
May be specified multiple times.
.It Ic Endpoint
An endpoint IP or hostname, followed by a colon, and then a port number.
This endpoint will be updated automatically to the most recent source IP
address and port of correctly authenticated packets from the peer.
Optional.
.It Ic PersistentKeepalive
A seconds interval, between 1 and 65535 inclusive, of how often to send an
authenticated empty packet to the peer for the purpose of keeping a stateful
firewall or NAT mapping valid persistently.
For example, if the interface very rarely sends traffic, but it might at
anytime receive traffic from a peer, and it is behind NAT, the interface might
benefit from having a persistent keepalive interval of 25 seconds.
If set to 0 or
.Ql off ,
this option is disabled.
By default or when unspecified, this option is off.
Most users will not need this.
Optional.
.El
.Sh CONFIGURATION FILE FORMAT EXAMPLE
This example may be used as a model for writing configuration files,
following an INI-like syntax.
Characters after and including a
.Ql #
are considered comments and are thus ignored.
.Bd -literal -offset Ds
[Interface]
PrivateKey = yAnz5TF+lXXJte14tji3zlMNq+hd2rYUIgJBgB3fBmk=
ListenPort = 51820
    
[Peer]
PublicKey = xTIBA5rboUvnH4htodjb6e697QjLERt1NAB4mZqp8Dg=
Endpoint = 192.95.5.67:1234
AllowedIPs = 10.192.122.3/32, 10.192.124.1/24
    
[Peer]
PublicKey = TrMvSoP4jYQlY6RIzBgbssQqY3vxI2Pi+y71lOWWXX0=
Endpoint = [2607:5300:60:6b0::c05f:543]:2468
AllowedIPs = 10.192.122.4/32, 192.168.0.0/16
    
[Peer]
PublicKey = gN65BkIKy1eCE9pP1wdc8ROUtkHLF2PfAqYdyYBz6EA=
Endpoint = test.wireguard.com:18981
AllowedIPs = 10.10.10.230/32
.Ed
.Sh DEBUGGING INFORMATION
Sometimes it is useful to have
information on the current runtime state of a tunnel.
When using the Linux kernel module on a kernel that supports dynamic debugging,
debugging information can be written into
.Xr dmesg 1
by running as root:
.Pp
.Dl # modprobe wireguard && \e
.Dl echo module wireguard +p > /sys/kernel/debug/dynamic_debug/control
.Pp
On userspace implementations, it is customary to set the
.Ev LOG_LEVEL
environment variable to
.Cm debug .
.Sh ENVIRONMENT VARIABLES
.Bl -tag -width Ds
.It Ev WG_COLOR_MODE
If set to
.Cm always ,
always print ANSI colorized output.
If set to
.Cm never ,
never print ANSI colorized output.
If set to
.Cm auto ,
something invalid, or unset,
then print ANSI colorized output only when writing to a TTY.
.It Ev WG_HIDE_KEYS
If set to
.Cm never ,
then the pretty-printing
.Cm show
sub-command will show private and preshared keys in the output.
If set to
.Cm always ,
something invalid, or unset, then private and preshared keys will be printed as
.Ql Pq hidden .
.It Ev WG_ENDPOINT_RESOLUTION_RETRIES
If set to an integer or to
.Cm infinity ,
DNS resolution for each peer's endpoint will be retried that many times
for non-permanent errors, with an increasing delay between retries.
If unset, the default is 15 retries.
.El
.Sh SEE ALSO
.Xr ip 8 ,
.Xr ip-address 8 ,
.Xr ip-link 8 ,
.Xr ip-route 8 ,
.Xr wg-quick 8
.Sh AUTHORS
.An -nosplit
.Nm
was written by
.An Jason A. Donenfeld Aq Mt Jason@zx2c4.com .
For updates and more information, a project page is available
.Lk https://www.wireguard.com/ on the World Wide Web .


.Dd February 13, 2020
.Dt WG-QUICK 8
.Os
.Sh NAME
.Nm wg-quick
.Nd set up a WireGuard interface simply
.Sh SYNOPSIS
.Nm wg-quick
.Op Cm up | down | save | strip
.Op Ar CONFIG_FILE | INTERFACE
.Sh DESCRIPTION
This is an extremely simple script for easily bringing up a WireGuard interface,
suitable for a few common use cases.
.Pp
Use
.Cm up
to add and set up an interface, and use
.Cm down
to tear down and remove an interface.
Running
.Cm up
adds a WireGuard interface,
brings up the interface with the supplied IP addresses, sets up mtu and routes,
and optionally runs pre/post up scripts.
Running
.Cm down
optionally saves the current configuration, removes the WireGuard interface,
and optionally runs pre/post down scripts.
Running
.Cm save
saves the configuration of an existing interface
without bringing the interface down.
Use
.Cm strip
to output a configuration file with all
.Nm wg-quick Ns -specific
options removed, suitable for use with
.Xr wg 8 .
.Pp
.Ar CONFIG_FILE
is a configuration file, whose filename is the interface name followed by
.Ql .conf .
Otherwise,
.Ar INTERFACE
is an interface name, with configuration found at
.Pa /etc/wireguard/INTERFACE.conf ,
searched first, followed by distro-specific search paths.
.Pp
Generally speaking,
this utility is just a simple script that wraps invocations to
.Xr wg 8
and
.Xr ip 8
in order to set up a WireGuard interface.
It is designed for users with simple needs,
and users with more advanced needs are highly encouraged to use a more
specific tool, a more complete network manager, or otherwise just use
.Xr wg 8
and
.Xr ip 8 ,
as usual.
.Sh CONFIGURATION
The configuration file adds a few extra configuration values
to the format understood by
.Xr wg 8
in order to configure additional attributes of an interface.
It handles the values that it understands,
and then it passes the remaining ones directly to
.Xr wg 8
for further processing.
.Pp
It infers all routes from the list of peers' allowed IPs,
and automatically adds them to the system routing table.
If one of those routes is the default route (0.0.0.0/0 or ::/0), then it uses
.Xr ip-rule 8
to handle overriding of the default gateway.
.Pp
The configuration file will be passed directly to
.Xr wg 8 Ns 's
.Cm setconf
sub-command, with the exception of the following additions to the
.Ic Interface
section,
which are handled by this tool:
.Bl -tag -width Ds
.It Ic Address
A comma-separated list of IP (v4 or v6) addresses (optionally with CIDR masks)
to be assigned to the interface.
May be specified multiple times.
.It Ic DNS
A comma-separated list of IP (v4 or v6) addresses
to be set as the interface's DNS servers.
May be specified multiple times.
Upon bringing the interface up, this runs
.Ql resolvconf -a tun.INTERFACE -m 0 -x
and upon bringing it down, this runs
.Ql resolvconf -d tun.INTERFACE .
If these particular invocations of
.Xr resolvconf 8
are undesirable, the
.Ic PostUp
and
.Ic PostDown
keys below may be used instead.
.It Ic MTU
If not specified, the MTU is automatically determined from the endpoint
addresses or the system default route, which is usually a sane choice.
However, to manually specify an MTU to override this automatic discovery,
this value may be specified explicitly.
.It Ic Table
Controls the routing table to which routes are added.
There are two special values:
.Cm off
disables the creation of routes altogether, and
.Cm auto
(the default) adds routes to the default table
and enables special handling of default routes.
.It Ic PreUp, PostUp, PreDown, PostDown
Script snippets which will be executed by
.Xr bash 1
before/after setting up/tearing down the interface,
most commonly used to configure custom DNS options or firewall rules.
The special string
.Ql %i
is expanded to
.Ar INTERFACE .
Each one may be specified multiple times,
in which case the commands are executed in order.
.It Ic SaveConfig
If set to
.Cm true ,
the configuration is saved from the current state of the interface upon
shutdown.
.El
.Pp
Recommended
.Ar INTERFACE
names include
.Ql wg0
or
.Ql wgvpn0
or even
.Ql wgmgmtlan0 .
However, the number at the end is in fact optional,
and really any free-form string [a-zA-Z0-9_=+.-]{1,15} will work.
So even interface names corresponding to geographic locations would suffice,
such as
.Ql cincinnati ,
.Ql nyc ,
or
.Ql paris ,
if that's somehow desirable.
.Sh EXAMPLES
These examples draw on the same syntax found for
.Xr wg 8 ,
and a more complete description may be found there.
Bold lines below are for options that extend
.Xr wg 8 .
.Pp
The following might be used
for connecting as a client to a VPN gateway for tunneling all traffic:
.Bd -literal -offset Ds
[Interface]
Address = 10.200.100.8/24
DNS = 10.200.100.1
PrivateKey = oK56DE9Ue9zK76rAc8pBl6opph+1v36lm7cXXsQKrQM=

[Peer]
PublicKey = GtL7fZc/bLnqZldpVofMCD6hDjrK28SsdLxevJ+qtKU=
PresharedKey = /UwcSPg38hW/D9Y3tcS1FOV0K1wuURMbS0sesJEP5ak=
AllowedIPs = 0.0.0.0/0
Endpoint = demo.wireguard.com:51820
.Ed
.Pp
The
.Ic Address
field is added here in order to set up the address for the interface.
The
.Ic DNS
field indicates that a DNS server for the interface should be configured via
.Xr resolvconf 8 .
The peer's allowed IPs entry implies that this interface should be configured
as the default gateway, which this script does.
.Pp
Building on the last example, one might attempt the so-called
.Dq kill-switch ,
in order to prevent the flow of unencrypted packets through the non-WireGuard
interfaces, by adding the following two
.Ic PostUp
and
.Ic PreDown
lines to the
.Ql [Interface]
section:
.Bd -literal -offset Ds
PostUp = iptables -I OUTPUT ! -o %i -m mark ! --mark $(wg show %i fwmark) -m addrtype ! --dst-type LOCAL -j REJECT
PreDown = iptables -D OUTPUT ! -o %i -m mark ! --mark $(wg show %i fwmark) -m addrtype ! --dst-type LOCAL -j REJECT
.Ed
.Pp
The
.Ic PostUp
and
.Ic PreDown
fields have been added to specify an
.Xr iptables 8
command which, when used with interfaces that have a peer that specifies
0.0.0.0/0 as part of the
.Ic AllowedIPs ,
works together with
.Nm wg-quick Ns 's
fwmark usage in order to drop all packets that are either not coming out of the
tunnel encrypted or not going through the tunnel itself.
(Note that this continues to allow most DHCP traffic through,
since most DHCP clients make use of PF_PACKET sockets, which bypass Netfilter.)
When IPv6 is in use, additional similar lines could be added using
.Xr ip6tables 8 .
.Pp
Or, perhaps it is desirable to store private keys in encrypted form,
such as through use of
.Xr pass 1 :
.Bd -literal -offset Ds
PostUp = wg set %i private-key <(pass WireGuard/private-keys/%i)
.Ed
.Pp
For use on a server,
the following is a more complicated example involving multiple peers:
.Bd -literal -offset Ds
[Interface]
Address = 10.192.122.1/24
Address = 10.10.0.1/16
SaveConfig = true
PrivateKey = yAnz5TF+lXXJte14tji3zlMNq+hd2rYUIgJBgB3fBmk=
ListenPort = 51820

[Peer]
PublicKey = xTIBA5rboUvnH4htodjb6e697QjLERt1NAB4mZqp8Dg=
AllowedIPs = 10.192.122.3/32, 10.192.124.1/24

[Peer]
PublicKey = TrMvSoP4jYQlY6RIzBgbssQqY3vxI2Pi+y71lOWWXX0=
AllowedIPs = 10.192.122.4/32, 192.168.0.0/16

[Peer]
PublicKey = gN65BkIKy1eCE9pP1wdc8ROUtkHLF2PfAqYdyYBz6EA=
AllowedIPs = 10.10.10.230/32
.Ed
.Pp
Notice the two
.Ic Address
lines at the top, and that
.Ic SaveConfig
is set to
.Cm true ,
indicating that the configuration file should be saved on shutdown using the
current status of the interface.
.Pp
A combination of the
.Ic Table ,
.Ic PostUp ,
and
.Ic PreDown
fields may be used for policy routing as well.
For example, the following may be used
to send SSH traffic (TCP port 22) traffic through the tunnel:
.Bd -literal -offset Ds
[Interface]
Address = 10.192.122.1/24
PrivateKey = yAnz5TF+lXXJte14tji3zlMNq+hd2rYUIgJBgB3fBmk=
ListenPort = 51820
Table = 1234
PostUp = ip rule add ipproto tcp dport 22 table 1234
PreDown = ip rule delete ipproto tcp dport 22 table 1234

[Peer]
PublicKey = xTIBA5rboUvnH4htodjb6e697QjLERt1NAB4mZqp8Dg=
AllowedIPs = 0.0.0.0/0
.Ed
These configuration files may be placed in any directory,
putting the desired interface name in the filename:
.Pp
.Dl # wg-quick up /path/to/wgnet0.conf
.Pp
For convenience, if only an interface name is supplied,
it automatically chooses a path in
.Pa /etc/wireguard/ :
.Pp
.Dl # wg-quick up wgnet0
.Pp
This will load the configuration file
.Pa /etc/wireguard/wgnet0.conf .
.Pp
The
.Cm strip
command is useful for reloading configuration files without disrupting active
sessions:
.Pp
.Dl # wg addconf wgnet0 <(wg-quick strip wgnet0)
.Pp
(Note that the above command will add and update peers
but will not remove peers.)
.Sh SEE ALSO
.Xr ip 8 ,
.Xr ip-address 8 ,
.Xr ip-link 8 ,
.Xr ip-route 8 ,
.Xr ip-rule 8 ,
.Xr resolvconf 8 ,
.Xr wg 8
.Sh AUTHORS
.An -nosplit
.Nm wg-quick
was written by
.An Jason A. Donenfeld Aq Mt Jason@zx2c4.com .
For updates and more information, a project page is available
.Lk https://www.wireguard.com/ on the World Wide Web .
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2020-02-11 22:59 ` discrepancy between groff and mandoc for html rendering of wg-quick(8) Jason A. Donenfeld
2020-02-12  7:02   ` Jan Stary
2020-02-12 15:06     ` Ingo Schwarze
2020-02-12 15:14     ` Jan Stary
2020-02-12 15:25       ` Ingo Schwarze
2020-02-12 21:44   ` Ingo Schwarze
2020-02-13  4:29     ` Stephen Gregoratto
2020-02-13  4:49       ` [PATCH] Fix formatting in wg-quick(8) Stephen Gregoratto
2020-02-13  8:57         ` Raf Czlonka
2020-02-13 16:31         ` Jason A. Donenfeld
2020-02-13 18:34           ` Ingo Schwarze
2020-02-13 17:57         ` Ingo Schwarze
2020-02-13 18:00           ` Jason A. Donenfeld
2020-02-13 19:34             ` Ingo Schwarze
2020-02-13 19:55               ` Jason A. Donenfeld
2020-02-13 22:28                 ` Ingo Schwarze
2020-02-13 22:38                   ` Jason A. Donenfeld
2020-02-13 22:44                   ` Jan Stary
2020-02-13 23:21                     ` Steffen Nurpmeso
2020-02-14  4:00                   ` Anthony J. Bentley [this message]
2020-02-14 11:08                     ` Jason A. Donenfeld
2020-02-14 15:05                       ` Ingo Schwarze
2020-02-14 22:36                       ` Anthony J. Bentley
2020-02-14 18:20                     ` Ingo Schwarze
2020-02-15  0:45         ` [PATCH v2] Rewrite wg-quick.8 in mdoc Stephen Gregoratto
2020-02-15 19:53           ` Jason A. Donenfeld
2020-02-16 10:32             ` Stephen Gregoratto
2020-02-16 15:52               ` Ingo Schwarze
2020-02-13 16:34     ` discrepancy between groff and mandoc for html rendering of wg-quick(8) Jason A. Donenfeld

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