Fun with dhelp

I finally uploaded dhelp to unstable, and everything went almost surprinsingly good. The only bugs reported so far are #448211 and #447789. The first one was a silly mistake made by me, in some translation files that aren’t even being used now (that will change in the near future). The second was a bug exposed by dhelp, but actually in another package (libcommandline-ruby, which is funnily enough also maintained by me, and it’s already patched and pending upload).

So, now that the package is uploaded and we’re using a sane implementation for dhelp_parse, I can start doing fun stuff. Right now I’m mostly fixing more bugs, but I’m also implementing new features and talking to the doc-base maintainer, to improve the integration between both.