I've never heard of this method employed and would caution you to doing something that might seem to make sense from your perspective as a developer but is actually less optimal or obscure from your users and/or the administrators that will ultimately be the users/supports of your application framework.
This is a constant mistake that I see developers make where they create something that makes their lives easier but is just more custom one-off solutions that administrators/users have to familiarize themselves with.
I would look into creating a method that would auto generate your man pages and make this part of either the scripted installation you provide or as part of the package manager of systems where your software is deployed.
There are a number of methods for doing exactly this. It might seem less optimal but it's more in line with how users of your software will likely expect your software to operate.
This tutorial should get you started in understanding man page formats, they're pretty straightforward and lend themselves to being modified fairly easily during installation.