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commit 9d12daf1795fb0c045a4d0f63fef643c07e2d98d
parent a7e0f6b4f1479f3eb6aa1c99e1e51078420f0aab
Author: Hiltjo Posthuma <hiltjo@codemadness.org>
Date:   Fri Jan 30 21:51:23 +0100

mandoc: convert uname.1, uniq.1 and xargs.1

Diffstat:
uname.1 | 52++++++++++++++++++++++++++--------------------------
uniq.1 | 76++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++--------------------------------------
xargs.1 | 71++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++---------------------------------
3 files changed, 102 insertions(+), 97 deletions(-)
diff --git a/uname.1 b/uname.1 @@ -1,32 +1,32 @@ -.TH UNAME 1 sbase\-VERSION -.SH NAME -uname \- print system information -.SH SYNOPSIS -.B uname -.RB [ \-amnrsv ] -.SH DESCRIPTION -.B uname -prints system information. If no flags are given, uname will print only the -name of the operating system -.RB ( \-s ). -.SH OPTIONS -.TP -.B \-a +.Dd January 30, 2015 +.Dt UNAME 1 sbase\-VERSION +.Os +.Sh NAME +.Nm uname +.Nd print system information +.Sh SYNOPSIS +.Nm +.Op Fl amnrsv +.Sh DESCRIPTION +.Nm +prints system information. If no flags are given, uname will print only the +name of the operating system as +.Fl s +would. +.Sh OPTIONS +.Bl -tag -width Ds +.It Fl a print all the information below. -.TP -.B \-m +.It Fl m print the machine's architecture. -.TP -.B \-n +.It Fl n print the system's network name. -.TP -.B \-r +.It Fl r print the operating system's release name. -.TP -.B \-s +.It Fl s print the name of the operating system. -.TP -.B \-v +.It Fl v print the operating system's version name. -.SH SEE ALSO -.IR uname (2) +.El +.Sh SEE ALSO +.Xr uname 2 diff --git a/uniq.1 b/uniq.1 @@ -1,39 +1,39 @@ -.TH UNIQ 1 sbase\-VERSION -.SH NAME -uniq \- multi-column -.SH SYNOPSIS -.B uniq -.RB [ \-cdu ] -.RI [ file ] -.SH DESCRIPTION -.B uniq -reads file and writes one copy of a line -from each group of consecutive duplicate lines -to stdout. -If no file is given, uniq reads from stdin. -.SH OPTIONS -.TP -.B \-c -prefixes each line with a count -of its consecutive occurrences in the input. -.TP -.B \-d -suppresses non-duplicate lines -(thus 'uniq -d' prints only duplicates). -.TP -.B \-u -suppresses non-unique lines -(thus 'uniq -u' prints only uniques). -.SH BUGS +.Dd January 30, 2015 +.Dt UNIQ 1 sbase\-VERSION +.Os +.Sh NAME +.Nm uniq +.Nd report or filter out repeated lines in a file +.Sh SYNOPSIS +.Nm +.Op Fl cdu +.Op Ar file +.Sh DESCRIPTION +.Nm +reads file and writes one copy of a line from each group of consecutive +duplicate lines to stdout. If no file is given, uniq reads from stdin. +.Sh OPTIONS +.Bl -tag -width Ds +.It Fl c +prefixes each line with a count of its consecutive occurrences in the input. +.It Fl d +suppresses non-duplicate lines (thus 'uniq -d' prints only duplicates). +.It Fl u +suppresses non-unique lines (thus 'uniq -u' prints only uniques). +.El +.Sh BUGS The original sbase implementation of -.B uniq -supported multiple input-file arguments, -as e.g. cat and grep do. -Unfortunately, POSIX uniq treats its second argument (if present) -as an output filename and clobbers it. -Since users and scripts which rely on uniq -supporting multiple input-file arguments -would be at risk of data loss -if they ever ran into a POSIX-compatible uniq, -support for multiple input-file arguments -was removed from this implementation. +.Nm +supported multiple input-file arguments as e.g. +.Xr cat 1 +and +.Xr grep 1 +do. +Unfortunately, POSIX uniq treats its second argument (if present) as an +output filename and clobbers it. Since users and scripts which rely on +.Nm +supporting multiple input-file arguments would be at risk of data loss +if they ever ran into a POSIX-compatible +.Nm +, support for multiple input-file arguments was removed from this +implementation. diff --git a/xargs.1 b/xargs.1 @@ -1,50 +1,55 @@ -.TH XARGS 1 sbase\-VERSION -.SH NAME -xargs \- constuct argument list(s) and execute command -.SH SYNOPSIS -.B xargs -.RB [\-n -.IR maxargs ] -.RB [ \-r ] -.RB [ \-E -.IR eofstr ] -.RI [ cmd -.IR [arg... ] ] -.SH DESCRIPTION +.Dd January 30, 2015 +.Dt XARGS 1 sbase\-VERSION +.Os +.Sh NAME +.Nm xargs +.Nd constuct argument list(s) and execute command +.Sh SYNOPSIS +.Nm +.Op Fl n Ar maxargs +.Op Fl r +.Op Fl E Ar eofstr +.Op Ar cmd Op Ar arg... +.Sh DESCRIPTION xargs reads space, tab, newline and EOF delimited strings from stdin and executes the specified cmd with the strings as arguments. - +.Pp Any arguments specified on the command line are given to the command upon each invocation, followed by some number of the arguments read from stdin. The command is repeatedly executed one or more times until stdin is exhausted. - +.Pp Spaces, tabs and newlines may be embedded in arguments using single (`'') or double (`"') quotes or backslashes ('\\'). Single quotes escape all non-single quote characters, excluding newlines, up to the matching single quote. Double quotes escape all non-double quote characters, excluding newlines, up to the matching double quote. Any single character, including newlines, may be escaped by a backslash. -.SH OPTIONS -.TP -.B \-n maxargs +.Sh OPTIONS +.Bl -tag -width Ds +.It Fl n Ar maxargs Use at most maxargs arguments per command line. -.TP -.BI \-r +.It Fl r Do not run the command if there are no arguments. Normally the command is executed at least once even if there are no arguments. -.TP -.B \-E eofstr +.It Fl E Ar eofstr Use eofstr as a logical EOF marker. -.SH EXIT STATUS +.El +.Sh EXIT STATUS xargs exits with one of the following values: - - 0 All invocations of command returned a zero exit - status. - 123 One or more invocations of command returned a - nonzero exit status. - 124 The command exited with a 255 exit status. - 125 The command was killed or stopped by a signal. - 126 The command was found but could not be executed. - 127 The command could not be found. - 1 Some other error occurred. +.Bl -tag -width Ds +.It 0 +All invocations of command returned a zero exit status. +.It 123 +One or more invocations of command returned a nonzero exit status. +.It 124 +The command exited with a 255 exit status. +.It 125 +The command was killed or stopped by a signal. +.It 126 +The command was found but could not be executed. +.It 127 +The command could not be found. +.It 1 +Some other error occurred. +.El