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[2/3] batctl: Differentiate between hyphen and minus in manpage

Message ID 1262454706-6137-3-git-send-email-sven.eckelmann@gmx.de
State Accepted, archived
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Sven Eckelmann Jan. 2, 2010, 5:51 p.m. UTC
groff differentiate between minus signs and hyphens. The default option is to
interpret '-' as hyphens (U+2010) and makes it hard to use copy and paste for
options in UTF-8 environments.

See http://lists.debian.org/debian-devel/2003/03/msg01481.html for more
informations.

Signed-off-by: Sven Eckelmann <sven.eckelmann@gmx.de>
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 batctl/man/batctl.8 |    2 +-
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diff --git a/batctl/man/batctl.8 b/batctl/man/batctl.8
index 311fca3..304168c 100644
--- a/batctl/man/batctl.8
+++ b/batctl/man/batctl.8
@@ -91,7 +91,7 @@  Layer 2 traceroute mac address or bat\-host name (batctl will try to find bat\-h
 Per default batctl will display all packets that were seen on the given interface(s). The "\-p" options allows to filter certain packet types: 1 displays batman ogm packets only, 2 displays batman icmp packets only, etc. These numbers can be added to filter more than one packet type, e.g. use "\-p 3" to display batman ogm packets and batman icmp packets only. If "\-n" was given batctl will not replace the mac addresses with bat\-host names in the output.
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 .IP "\fBbisect		logfile1 logfile2 .. logfileN\fP"
-Analyzes the logfiles to build a small internal database of all sent sequence numbers and routing table changes. This database can be used to search for routing loops (default action), to trace OGMs of a host (use "-t" to specify the mac address or bat\-host name) throughout the network or to display routing tables of the nodes (use "-r" to specify the mac address or bat\-host name). You can name a specific sequence number or a range using the "-s" option to limit the output's range. Furthermore you can filter the output by specifying an originator (use "-o" to specify the mac address or bat\-host name) to only see data connected to this originator. If "\-n" was given batctl will not replace the mac addresses with bat\-host names in the output.
+Analyzes the logfiles to build a small internal database of all sent sequence numbers and routing table changes. This database can be used to search for routing loops (default action), to trace OGMs of a host (use "\-t" to specify the mac address or bat\-host name) throughout the network or to display routing tables of the nodes (use "\-r" to specify the mac address or bat\-host name). You can name a specific sequence number or a range using the "\-s" option to limit the output's range. Furthermore you can filter the output by specifying an originator (use "\-o" to specify the mac address or bat\-host name) to only see data connected to this originator. If "\-n" was given batctl will not replace the mac addresses with bat\-host names in the output.
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