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Re: _man completion update for Solaris

On Tue, Sep 06, 2016 at 10:45:08PM +0000, Daniel Shahaf wrote:

> Danek Duvall wrote on Tue, Sep 06, 2016 at 11:06:14 -0700:
> > After finally looking at Daniel's _man changes, I saw that there were a
> > couple of small (pre-existing) issues on Solaris.
> Thanks for the review.
> > Namely: the -s option can take a comma-separated list of sections; and
> > the man-index directory gets thrown into the mix when it shouldn't.
> > This patch takes care of those two things.
> Thanks.  The patch looks good to me.  I'll push it tomorrow (not right
> now to give others a chance to respond).

Great, thanks.

> > I don't know if the comma/colon section separation should just be generic
> > -- it's safe to do on Solaris, since although we don't recognize the
> > separator, we don't have any sections that have colons in them -- but I
> > don't know if it's compatible with the third if clause there.
> "Third if clause" refers to what?  If you mean the 'else' branch just
> below the context of the first hunk, then on my system «man 7,8 foo»
> looks for a section literally called "man7,8" whereas the same with -S
> looks in the "man7" and "man8" sections, so at least on my system the
> 'else" branch shouldn't s/,/|/.  (My system runs Debian stable.)

"elif (( CURRENT > 2 ))", but the behavior you describe is the one I was
wondering about.


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