wipe (0.22-1) 001_fix-manpages.diff

Summary

 wipe.1    |   72 ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++--------------------------------
 wipe.tr.1 |   40 ++++++++++++++++------------------
 2 files changed, 54 insertions(+), 58 deletions(-)

    
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Description: fix nroff syntax
Author: Julien Valroff <julien@debian.org>
Last-Update: 2011-09-17

--- a/wipe.1
+++ b/wipe.1
@@ -114,8 +114,8 @@
 directly on the corresponding block device with the appropriate options. However
 .I THIS IS AN EXTREMELY DANGEROUS THING TO DO.
 Be sure to be sober. Give the right options. In particular : don't wipe a whole
-harddisk (eg. wipe -kD /dev/hda is bad) since this will destroy your master boot
-record. Bad idea. Prefer wiping partitions (eg. wipe -kD /dev/hda2) is good,
+harddisk (eg. wipe \-kD /dev/hda is bad) since this will destroy your master boot
+record. Bad idea. Prefer wiping partitions (eg. wipe \-kD /dev/hda2) is good,
 provided, of course, that you have backed up all necessary data.
 
 .PP
@@ -172,14 +172,14 @@
 With this option which requires an argument you can specify an
 alternate /dev/random device, or a command who's standard output
 will be hashed using MD5-hashed. The distinction can be made using
-the -S option.
+the \-S option.
 
 .TP 0.5i
-.B -S (random seed method)
+.B \-S (random seed method)
 
 This option takes a single-character argument, which specifies
 how the random device/random seed argument is to be used. The default random device
-is /dev/random. It can be set using the -R option.
+is /dev/random. It can be set using the \-R option.
 .PP
 .PD 0
 The possible single-character arguments are:
@@ -203,10 +203,9 @@
 time, its process id. etc. (the random device
 argument will not be used). This is of course
 the least secure setting.
-.SP
 
 .TP 0.5i
-.B -M (select pseudo-random number generator algorythm)
+.B \-M (select pseudo-random number generator algorythm)
 
 .PP
 .PD 0
@@ -234,12 +233,11 @@
 of RC6, which is faster. In order to be able to use RC6, wipe must be compiled
 with ENABLE_RC6 defined; see the Makefile for warnings about patent issues.
 
-.SP
 In all cases the PRNG is seeded with the data gathered from the random device
-(see -R and -S options).
+(see \-R and \-S options).
 
 .TP 0.5i
-.B -l <length>
+.B \-l <length>
 As there can be some problems in determining the actual size of a block device
 (as some devices do not even have fixed sizes, such as floppy disks or tapes),
 you might need to specify the size of the device by hand; <length> is the
@@ -263,26 +261,26 @@
 	114M32K = 114*1024*1024+32*1024.
 
 .TP 0.5i
-.B -o <offset>
+.B \-o <offset>
 This allows you to specify an offset inside the file or device to be wiped. The
 syntax of <offset> is the same as for the
-.B -l
+.B \-l
 option.
 
 .TP 0.5i
-.B -e
+.B \-e
 Use exact file size: do not round up file size to wipe possible remaining junk
 on the last block.
 
 .TP 0.5i
-.B -Z
+.B \-Z
 Don't try to wipe file sizes by repeatedly halving the file size. Note that
 this is only attempted on regular files so there is no use if you use
 .B wipe
 for cleaning a block or special device.
 
 .TP 0.5i
-.B -F
+.B \-F
 Don't try to wipe file names. Normally,
 .B wipe
 tries to cover file names by renaming them; this does NOT guarantee that the
@@ -294,72 +292,72 @@
 after every rename () makes filename wiping extremely slow.
 
 .TP 0.5i
-.B -k
+.B \-k
 Keep files: do not unlink the files after they have been overwritten. Useful if
 you want to wipe a device, while keeping the device special file. This implies
-.B -F.
+.B \-F.
 
 .TP 0.5i
-.B -D
+.B \-D
 Dereference symlinks: by default, wipe will never follow symlinks. If you
-specify -D however, wipe will consent to, well, wipe the targets of any
+specify \-D however, wipe will consent to, well, wipe the targets of any
 symlinks you might happen to name on the command line.  You can't specify both
--D and -r (recursive) options, first because of possible cycles in the
+\-D and \-r (recursive) options, first because of possible cycles in the
 symlink-enhanced directory graph, I'd have to keep track of visited files to
 guarantee termination, which, you'll easily admit, is a pain in C, and, second,
 for fear of having a (surprise!!) block device buried somewhere unexpected.
 
 .TP 0.5i
-.B -v
+.B \-v
 Show version information and quit.
 
 .TP 0.5i
-.B -h
+.B \-h
 Display help.
 
 .SH EXAMPLES
 .PP
 
 .TP 0.5i
-.B wipe -rcf /home/berke/plaintext/
-Wipe every file and every directory (option -r) listed under
+.B wipe \-rcf /home/berke/plaintext/
+Wipe every file and every directory (option \-r) listed under
 /home/berke/plaintext/, including /home/berke/plaintext/.
 
 Regular files will be wiped with 34 passes and their sizes will then be halved
 a random number of times. Special files (character and block devices, FIFOs...)
 will not. All directory entries (files, special files and directories) will be
 renamed 10 times and then unlinked. Things with inappropriate permissions will
-be chmod()'ed (option -c).  All of this will happen without user confirmation
-(option -f).
+be chmod()'ed (option \-c).  All of this will happen without user confirmation
+(option \-f).
 
 .TP 0.5i
-.B wipe -kq /dev/hda3
+.B wipe \-kq /dev/hda3
 Assuming /dev/hda3 is the block device corresponding to the third partition of
 the master drive on the primary IDE interface, it will be wiped in quick mode
-(option -q) i.e. with four random passes.  The inode won't be renamed or
-unlinked (option -k). Before starting, it will ask you to type ``yes''.
+(option \-q) i.e. with four random passes.  The inode won't be renamed or
+unlinked (option \-k). Before starting, it will ask you to type ``yes''.
 
 .TP 0.5i
-.B wipe -kqD /dev/floppy
+.B wipe \-kqD /dev/floppy
 Since
 .B wipe
 never follows symlinks unless explicitly told to do so, if you want to wipe
 /dev/floppy which happens to be a symlink to /dev/fd0u1440 you will have to
-specify the -D option. Before starting, it will ask you to type ``yes''.
+specify the \-D option. Before starting, it will ask you to type ``yes''.
 
 .TP 0.5i
-.B wipe -rfi >wipe.log /var/log/*
-Here, wipe will recursively (option -r) destroy everything under /var/log,
+.B wipe \-rfi >wipe.log /var/log/*
+Here, wipe will recursively (option \-r) destroy everything under /var/log,
 excepting /var/log. It will not attempt to chmod() things. It will however be
-verbose (option -i). It won't ask you to type ``yes'' because of the -f option.
+verbose (option \-i). It won't ask you to type ``yes'' because of the \-f option.
 
 .TP 0.5i
-.B wipe -Kq -l 1440k /dev/fd0
+.B wipe \-Kq \-l 1440k /dev/fd0
 Due to various idiosyncracies of the operating system, it's not always easy
 to obtain the number of bytes a given device might contain (in fact, that
 quantity can be variable). This is why you sometimes need to tell
 .B wipe
-the amount of bytes to destroy. That's what the -l option is for. Plus,
+the amount of bytes to destroy. That's what the \-l option is for. Plus,
 you can use b,K,M and G as multipliers, respectively for 2^9 (512),
 2^10 (1024 or a Kilo), 2^20 (a Mega) and 2^30 (a Giga) bytes.
 You can even combine more than one multiplier !! So that 1M416K = 1474560 bytes.
@@ -379,7 +377,7 @@
 For wiping floppy disks, at least under Linux, there is no way, besides obscure
 floppy-driver specific ioctl's to determine the block size of the disk. In
 particular, the BLKGETSIZE ioctl is not implemented in the floppy driver. So,
-for wiping floppies, you must specify the size of the floppy disk using the -l
+for wiping floppies, you must specify the size of the floppy disk using the \-l
 option, as in the last example. This option is normally not needed for other
 fixed block devices, like IDE and SCSI devices.
 
--- a/wipe.tr.1
+++ b/wipe.tr.1
@@ -3,7 +3,7 @@
 wipe \- dosyaların manyetik ortamdan güvenli bir şekilde silinmesini sağlar
 .SH ÖZET
 
-wipe [-f][-c][-r][-q][-i] <filespec>
+wipe [\-f][\-c][\-r][\-q][\-i] <filespec>
 .br
 
 .SH UYARI
@@ -32,58 +32,58 @@
 .PP
 .SH "KOMUT SATIRI SEÇENEKLERİ"
 .TP 0.5i
-.B -f (onay sorusunu etkisizleştir)
+.B \-f (onay sorusunu etkisizleştir)
 Bu seçenek belirtilmediği takdirde 
 .B wipe
 silinecek dosya ve dizinlerin sayılarını belirtip onay istiyecektir.
 Bu onay sorusuna "yes" veya "no" cevabı vermeniz gerekiyor.
 
 .TP 0.5i
-.B -r (altdizinlere gir)
+.B \-r (altdizinlere gir)
 Tüm altdizinleriyle beraber dizinlerin silinmesine olanak sağlar. Simgesel
 bağlar takip edilmez.
 
 .TP 0.5i
-.B -c (gerekirse dosya izin bitlerini değiştir)
+.B \-c (gerekirse dosya izin bitlerini değiştir)
 Bu seçenek, eğer silinecek bir dosyanın (dizinin) yazma (yazma, okuma veya çalıştırma)
 izin bitleri kapalı ise izinleri değiştirmek için chmod () sistem çağrısını
 kullanılmasını sağlar.
 
 .TP 0.5i
-.B -i (ayrıntılı bilgi konumu)
+.B \-i (ayrıntılı bilgi konumu)
 Bu konum stdout'a ayrıntılı bilgi yazılmasını sağlar. Olağan konumda
 bütün iletiler stderr'e yazılır.
 
 .TP 0.5i
-.B -s (sessiz çalışma konumu)
+.B \-s (sessiz çalışma konumu)
 Bu konumda hata iletileri ile başlangıçtaki onay sorusu dışındaki bütün iletileri
 kaldırır.
 
 .TP 0.5i
-.B -q (hızlı silme konumu)
+.B \-q (hızlı silme konumu)
 Bu konumda
 .B wipe
 her dosya üstünde sadece 4 geçiş yapacaktır. Bu geçişlerde rasgele bilgi
 yazacaktır.
 
 .TP 0.5i
-.B -a (hata durumda işlemi iptal et)
+.B \-a (hata durumda işlemi iptal et)
 Program kurtarılamaz bir hata durumunda EXIT_FAILURE koduyla çıkacaktır.
 
 .TP 0.5i
-.B -R <rasgele bilgi aygıtı VEYA rasgele tohum komutu>
+.B \-R <rasgele bilgi aygıtı VEYA rasgele tohum komutu>
 
 Bir tane parametre gerektiren bu seçenekle farklı bir
 /dev/random aygıtı veya olağan çıktısı MD5 öz çıkarma algoritmasıyla
 kıyılacak bir komut belirtebilirsiniz. Bu parametrenin
-tam anlamı -S seçeneği ile belli edilir.
+tam anlamı \-S seçeneği ile belli edilir.
 
 .TP 0.5i
-.B -S (rasgele tohumlama yöntemi)
+.B \-S (rasgele tohumlama yöntemi)
 
 Bu seçenek tek harflik bir parametre alır; bu harf rasgele bilgi aygıtı/rasgele
 tohum komutunu parametresinin nasıl kullanılacağını belirler. Olağan
-rasgele bilgi aygıtı /dev/random'dur, farklı değerleri -R seçeneği ile
+rasgele bilgi aygıtı /dev/random'dur, farklı değerleri \-R seçeneği ile
 belirtilebilir.
 .PP
 .PD 0
@@ -113,10 +113,9 @@
 çevre değişkenlerini, tarihi ve zamanı,
 program numarasını vs. kullanarak elde
 edecektir.
-.SP
 
 .TP 0.5i
-.B -M (l|a|r|p) (sözde rasgele sayı üretici algoritması)
+.B \-M (l|a|r|p) (sözde rasgele sayı üretici algoritması)
 
 .PP
 .PD 0
@@ -155,26 +154,25 @@
 ise wipe'ı ENABLE_RC6 ile derlemeniz
 gerekir.
 
-.SP
 Her durumda SRSÜ rasgele bilgi aygıtının çıktısıyla
-tohumlanır (-R ve -S seçeneklerine bakınız).
+tohumlanır (\-R ve \-S seçeneklerine bakınız).
 
 .TP 0.5i
-.B -v (sürüm)
+.B \-v (sürüm)
 Sürüm bilgisini gösterir ve çıkar.
 
 .TP 0.5i
-.B -h (yardım)
+.B \-h (yardım)
 Bununla kısa bir yardım bilgisi gösterir.
 
 .SH ÖRNEKLER
 .PP
 
-wipe -rcf /home/berke/plaintext/*
+wipe \-rcf /home/berke/plaintext/*
 
-wipe -q /dev/hda3
+wipe \-q /dev/hda3
 
-wipe -rfi >wipe.log /var/log/auth.*
+wipe \-rfi >wipe.log /var/log/auth.*
 
 .SH HATALAR/SINIRLAMALAR
 .PP