chase (0.5.2-4) direct (non packaging) changes

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 chase.1 |   72 ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++--------------------------------
 1 file changed, 36 insertions(+), 36 deletions(-)

    
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--- chase-0.5.2.orig/chase.1
+++ chase-0.5.2/chase.1
@@ -21,37 +21,37 @@
 .SH SYNOPSIS
 .B chase
 [
-.B --verbose 
+.B \-\-verbose 
 |
-.B --from-file
+.B \-\-from\-file
 | 
-.B -f
+.B \-f
 |
-.B --null
+.B \-\-null
 |
-.B -0
+.B \-0
 |
-.B --loop-warn-threshold 
+.B \-\-loop\-warn\-threshold 
 COUNT |
-.B -w
+.B \-w
 COUNT |
-.B --loop-fail-threshold
+.B \-\-loop\-fail\-threshold
 COUNT |
 .B -l
 COUNT |
-.B --disable-loop-detection
+.B \-\-disable\-loop\-detection
 |
-.B -D
+.B \-D
 ]
 .IR "" [ file ...]
 .sp
-.B chase -v
+.B chase \-v
 |
-.B --version
+.B \-\-version
 .sp
-.B chase -h
+.B chase \-h
 |
-.B --help
+.B \-\-help
 .SH DESCRIPTION
 .B Chase
 is a small utility that tracks down the name of the actual file that
@@ -62,15 +62,15 @@
 .B chase
 a name of an existing file.  The program will then show you (or, more
 accurately, print to the standard output stream) the name of the real
-file that the original file referred to.  It does not matter, if you give
+file that the original file referred to.  It does not matter if you give
 the program the name of a regular file;
 .B  chase
 will just give you the same name back.  You can give the utility the option
-.BR --verbose ,
+.BR \-\-verbose ,
 in order to have it be more verbose in its operation.  You can also
 give the program a list of files from which it will read the file
 names to be chased (see the option
-.BR --from-file ).
+.BR \-\-from\-file).
 .PP
 I'll give you a good example of a case where
 .B chase
@@ -91,9 +91,9 @@
 Observe:
 .nf
 .sp
-ajk@ugh:~$ dpkg -S `which xemacs20`
+ajk@ugh:~$ dpkg \-S \`which xemacs20\`
 dpkg: /usr/bin/xemacs20 not found.
-ajk@ugh:~$ dpkg -S `which xemacs20 | xargs chase`
+ajk@ugh:~$ dpkg \-S \`which xemacs20 | xargs chase\`
 xemacs20-nomule: /usr/bin/xemacs-20.4-nomule
 ajk@ugh:~$ 
 .fi
@@ -104,9 +104,9 @@
 .SH OPTIONS
 The following options are recognized by
 .BR chase :
-.IP --verbose
+.IP \-\-verbose
 Chat about what is being done.
-.IP "-f, --from-file"
+.IP "\-f, \-\-from\-file"
 Treat the file names on the command line as sources for names to be
 chased.  If this option is present,
 .B chase
@@ -117,23 +117,23 @@
 line of a run without this option.  There is no means for quoting the
 newline character; therefore only file names that do not contain
 newlines can be specified via the files.  This restriction is lifted
-by the -0 option, though.  However, literal spaces are preserved and
+by the \-0 option, though.  However, literal spaces are preserved and
 are not interpreted as special.
-.IP "-0, --null"
-This option implies the option -f, which reads file names from a file.
-The -0 option modifies the behviour -f so that instead of treating
+.IP "\-0, \-\-null"
+This option implies the option \-f, which reads file names from a file.
+The -0 option modifies the behavior \-f so that instead of treating
 lines in the file as file names, the file names are expected to be
 separated by null characters.  This allows for specifying file names
 with newlines in them with -f.
-.IP "-w WCOUNT, --loop-warn-threshold=WCOUNT"
-.IP "-l LCOUNT, --loop-fail-threshold=LCOUNT"
+.IP "\-w WCOUNT, \-\-loop\-warn\-threshold=WCOUNT"
+.IP "\-l LCOUNT, \-\-loop\-fail\-threshold=LCOUNT"
 Set the threshold for warning about a possible symlink loop (WCOUNT)
 and for failing because of one (LCOUNT).  There are default values,
 which you can find out by invoking
 .B chase
-with the argument --help.  Using zero as WCOUNT or LCOUNT disables the
+with the argument \-\-help.  Using zero as WCOUNT or LCOUNT disables the
 check.
-.IP "-D, --disable-loop-detection"
+.IP "\-D, \-\-disable\-loop\-detection"
 Normally
 .B chase
 keeps a record of all symlinks it has visited when chasing the current
@@ -147,9 +147,9 @@
 .B chase
 runs in constant space and linear time relative to the length of the
 symlink chains encountered.
-.IP "-h, --help"
+.IP "\-h, \-\-help"
 Output a usage summary and exit successfully.
-.IP "-v, --version"
+.IP "\-v, \-\-version"
 Show version information and exit successfully.
 .SH DIAGNOSTICS
 The exit status is 0 if and only if all files given in the command
@@ -161,13 +161,13 @@
 .IP "quite many symlink hops, hope we're not looping..."
 This means that the chain of symlinks is longer than a given threshold.
 This may mean that the chain is infinite (and thus contains a loop
-somewhere).  The threshold can be specificed by using the
---loop-warn-threshold command line option.
+somewhere).  The threshold can be specified by using the
+\-\-loop\-warn\-threshold command line option.
 .IP "too many symlink hops, giving up..."
 This means that the chain of symlinks is longer than a given threshold.
 This usually means that the chain is infinite (and thus contains a
-loop somewhere).  The threshold can be specificed by using the
---loop-fail-threshold command line option.  If you see this message, it
+loop somewhere).  The threshold can be specified by using the
+\-\-loop\-fail\-threshold command line option.  If you see this message, it
 means that
 .B chase
 has given up on that file.
@@ -179,7 +179,7 @@
 .PP
 Additionally, 
 .B Chase
-emits several error messages under problemous conditions.  They
+emits several error messages under problematic conditions.  They
 all come from the system libraries, so the program has no control over
 the actual wording of the messages.  They all follow the format
 "program name: file name: error message", where file name is the name