Where is documentation on bash "wait"?
Sun Oct 16 04:01:00 GMT 2005
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According to Buzz on 10/15/2005 9:46 PM:
> : > Do you have a copy of bash.1 lying around somewhere?
> : cygwin man pages are purposefully compressed, so it should be bash.1.gz.
> I'm aware of that. I was WAGging you didn't get the error, having a
> (possibly stale) bash.1 about somewhere.
Hmm, I do have /usr/local/man on my manpath, and it did indeed have
man1/bash.1, but I don't know if that affected things.
> I'm curious how that's gonna work. My ``man'', after i've edited
> bash_builtins.1(.gz) to mention man1/bash.1.gz me, says:
> | man1/bash.1.gz:1: warning: can't find character with input code 6
It seems like man can cope with a .so that points to a .gz if that is the
only line, but has problems if the .so points to a .gz when embedded in
remaining text. I'm not familiar enough with man to know what is going on
here, but it does seem like a man issue. Meanwhile, I can distribute
bash.1 instead of bash.1.gz since that is all that works with the current
version of man.
Life is short - so eat dessert first!
Eric Blake email@example.com
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