Description: man pages: fix hyphen/minus errors
Author: Tzafrir Cohen <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Troff uses '-' for a hyphen and \- for a minus sign. Fix some remaining
cases where those two are confused.
@@ -179,12 +179,12 @@ to "/usr/local/share/hspell/hebrew.wgz".
On most systems, the Hspell library is compiled to use the Zlib library
for reading the compressed dictionaries. Therefore, a program linking with
the Hspell library must also be linked with the Zlib library (usually, by
-adding "-lz" to the compilation line).
+adding "\-lz" to the compilation line).
Programs that use
to search for the Hspell library, should remember to tell AC_CHECK_LIB
-to also link with the -lz library when checking for -lhspell.
+to also link with the \-lz library when checking for \-lhspell.
While the API described here has been stable for years, it may change
@@ -38,7 +38,7 @@ The output will also be in ISO-8859-8 en
so it is normally useful to pipe it to bidiv(1) before viewing, as in:
-.B "hspell -c filename | bidiv | less"
+.B "hspell \-c filename | bidiv | less"
If no input file is given,
@@ -162,9 +162,9 @@ This allows conveniently spell-checking
with the program name
also enables the
option. This is a useful trick when an application expects just the name
of a spell-checking program, and adds only the "\-a" option (without giving
the user an option to also add "\-i"). The
@@ -217,7 +217,7 @@ spelling decisions are relatively unknow
Users of Hspell (and all Hebrew writers, for that matter) are encouraged to
read the Academia's official niqqud-less spelling rules (which are printed at
the end of most modern Hebrew dictionaries, and an abridged version is
-available in http://hebrew-academy.huji.ac.il/decision4.html). Users are
+available in http://hebrew\-academy.huji.ac.il/decision4.html). Users are
also encouraged to refer to Hebrew
dictionaries which use the niqqud-less spelling (such as Millon Ha-hove,
Rav Milim, and the new Even Shoshan).