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08e89646d07cbdd593710189f1f663374df25bd9 — наб 3 months ago 5fa9f51
Run manuals through cacadi
6 files changed, 10 insertions(+), 11 deletions(-)

M man/cat.1
M man/nice.1
M man/nohup.1
M man/seq.1
M man/timeout.1
M man/yes.1
M man/cat.1 => man/cat.1 +1 -1
@@ 155,7 155,7 @@ as today.
.Pp
.At v3
adds the
.Pa - Ns -as-stdin
.Sy - Ns -as-stdin
behaviour.
This can safely be considered fully-formed.
.Pp

M man/nice.1 => man/nice.1 +1 -1
@@ 27,7 27,7 @@ Niceness, ranging
.Bq Sy -20 , 19 ,
reflects the (inverse) scheduling priority.
.Ar diff
may be any integer, but it will be clamped to that range by the system;
may be any integer, but will be clamped to that range by the system;
lowering niceness (increasing priority) is a privileged operation: if it fails, a diagnostic is issued, but
.Ar program
is still executed.

M man/nohup.1 => man/nohup.1 +4 -4
@@ 27,13 27,13 @@ ignoring
.Pq see Xr signal 7 for its circumstances and consequences ,
.
.It
if the standard input stream is a terminal, binding it to a write-only
if the standard input stream is a teletype, binding it to a write-only
.Pa /dev/null
stream, such that reads therefrom will hence fail with
.Sy EINVAL ,
.
.It
if the standard output stream is a terminal, appending it to
if the standard output stream is a teletype, appending it to
.Pa nohup.out ,
or, should that fail,
.Pa $HOME/nohup.out


@@ 45,7 45,7 @@ creating the file as
if necessary,
.
.It
if the standard error stream is a terminal, binding it to the standard output stream, and finally
if the standard error stream is a teletype, binding it to the standard output stream, and finally
.
.It
executing


@@ 99,6 99,6 @@ returned by
Conforms to
.St -p1003.1-2008 .
.Pp
Noting the output redirexions if the standard error stream is a terminal is an extension, also present on the GNU system, which also exits
Noting the output redirexions if the standard error stream is a teletype is an extension, also present on the GNU system, which also exits
.Sy 125
for set-up errors.

M man/seq.1 => man/seq.1 +1 -1
@@ 133,7 133,7 @@ With a default format of
(rounded to an integer).
.Fl p
induced the desired format from the number provided, in the
.Dl [-][0anything]…[.[anything]…]
.D1 Oo Sy \- Oc Ns Oo Sy 0 Ns anything Oc Ns … Ns Op Sy \&. Ns Oo anything Oc Ns …
format, with leading zeroes setting the width.
As a noted bug, exponent
.Pq the only other recognised floating point format, with Cm feEgG No available

M man/timeout.1 => man/timeout.1 +1 -1
@@ 163,7 163,7 @@ May be specified as
.Ar signal ,
but sending it to
.Nm
will only advance the timer state.
will only advance it to sending the next signal.
.It Dv SIGTTIN , SIGTTOU
Ignored: this means that
.Qq Nm Ar 1 Nm cat Li &

M man/yes.1 => man/yes.1 +2 -3
@@ 26,11 26,10 @@ Does not exit normally.
.
.Sh HISTORY
.\" Do NOT add formatting here: this is copied from the raw 4BSD manpage
.Nm
first appeared, fully formed, in
Appeared, fully formed, in
.At v7 .
.Bx 4 ,
the first system to include a manual page for it, notes it as
the first system to include a manual page for it, describes it as
.Qq be repetitively affirmative :
.Dl Sy yes Ns \ [\  Ns Sy expletive Ns \ ]
.Pp