updated 10:30 pm EDT, Tue May 3, 2011
Update improves AppleScript support, more
Code by Kevin has launched an update to its Unix page-reader, Manpower, now at version 4. The software presents a three-pane display of Unix Man pages, giving a more easily read view of Unix software documentation -- the built-in manual -- normally accessed via the Unix terminal. It supports printing the man pages, or converting them to text or PDF. Other capabilities include search and browse support and bookmarking.
The v4 update adds a fully native Cocoa toolbar and native Cocoa printing. It can now be set as the default viewer of man pages. It also brings improvements to AppleScript, support for man page hyperlinks and integration with the native Mac help-viewer. The software is Intel only, requires Mac OS X 10.6 or later, and costs $25.