proxycheck (0.49a-4) proxycheck.1

Summary

 proxycheck.1 |   16 ++++++++--------
 1 file changed, 8 insertions(+), 8 deletions(-)

    
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--- proxycheck-0.49a.orig/proxycheck.1
+++ proxycheck-0.49a/proxycheck.1
@@ -5,7 +5,7 @@
 .TH proxycheck 1
 
 .SH NAME
-proxycheck \- open proxy server checker
+proxycheck \(em open proxy server checker
 
 .SH SYNOPSYS
 \fBproxycheck\fR \fIoptions\fR \fIhost\fR[:\fIproto_port_spec\fR]...
@@ -30,7 +30,7 @@
 
 \fBproxycheck\fR supports all commonly used proxy protocols,
 namely, HTTP CONNECT method, SOCKS versions 4 and 5, and Wingate
-"telnet"-style proxies.  In future, support for more protocols
+"telnet"\(hystyle proxies.  In future, support for more protocols
 may be added.
 
 Please note that with current number of various trojan horses
@@ -74,7 +74,7 @@
 to the remote system.  Proxy assumed to be open if \fIexpectstr\fR is
 found.
 .IP "\fBdsbl\fR   (no parameters accepted)"
-try to submit all found proxies to the DSBL.org\-like system, see
+try to submit all found proxies to the DSBL.org-like system, see
 http://dsbl.org/ for more details.  All the parameters required
 (username, password, recipient address, cookie server, ...) are
 expected to be found in environment variables.  Run \fBproxycheck\fR
@@ -137,7 +137,7 @@
 
 .IP \fB\-x\fR
 print extended proxy information (proxy-agent and the like) if available.
-This will be on the same "open" (or "closed" with -n) line, last, enclosed
+This will be on the same "open" (or "closed" with \-n) line, last, enclosed
 in square brackets [].
 
 .IP "\fB\-i\fR \fIfilename\fR"
@@ -163,7 +163,7 @@
 .br
 .fi
 
-Run \fBproxycheck -h\fR to see a list of supported protocols
+Run \fBproxycheck \-h\fR to see a list of supported protocols
 and default ports.
 
 .SH USAGE
@@ -173,8 +173,8 @@
 connection (SMTP greething line), and use it with \fBchat\fR:
 
 .nf
-  proxycheck -d yourmailserver.example.org:25 \\
-    -c chat::\fIgreething\fR ip.add.re.ss...
+  proxycheck \-d yourmailserver.example.org:25 \\
+    \-c chat::\fIgreething\fR ip.add.re.ss...
 .fi
 
 \fBproxycheck\fR will write a single line for every proto:port
@@ -202,7 +202,7 @@
 proxy as reported by the destination system.  This IP address is hint only,
 there is no simple and reliable way currently exists for \fBproxycheck\fR
 to determine that information.  \fBProxycheck\fR is able to parse a line
-sent by remote system in \fB\-c chat\fR mode \- in this mode, \fBproxycheck\fR
+sent by remote system in \fB\-c chat\fR mode \(em in this mode, \fBproxycheck\fR
 skips all printable characters after \fIexpstr\fR it found and searches for
 opening `[', when tries to find closing ']' and interpret digits and dots
 in between as an IP address which gets printed like above.  If your