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Source code changes of the file "mandoc.1" between
mdocml-1.14.1rc1.tar.gz and mdocml-1.14.1rc2.tar.gz

About: mdocml is a suite of tools compiling "-mdoc", the roff macro package of choice for BSD manual pages, and "-man", the predominant historical package for UNIX manuals. Hint: The installed binary name is "mandoc". Release candidate.

mandoc.1  (mdocml-1.14.1rc1):mandoc.1  (mdocml-1.14.1rc2)
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for eqn(7) nodes. for eqn(7) nodes.
2. Node type (text, elem, block, head, body, body-end, tail, tbl, eqn). 2. Node type (text, elem, block, head, body, body-end, tail, tbl, eqn).
3. Flags: 3. Flags:
- An opening parenthesis if the node is an opening delimiter. - An opening parenthesis if the node is an opening delimiter.
- An asterisk if the node starts a new input line. - An asterisk if the node starts a new input line.
- The input line number (starting at one). - The input line number (starting at one).
- A colon. - A colon.
- The input column number (starting at one). - The input column number (starting at one).
- A closing parenthesis if the node is a closing delimiter. - A closing parenthesis if the node is a closing delimiter.
- A full stop if the node ends a sentence. - A full stop if the node ends a sentence.
- BROKEN if the node is a block broken by another block.
- NOSRC if the node is not in the input file, but automatically gene rated from macros. - NOSRC if the node is not in the input file, but automatically gene rated from macros.
- NOPRT if the node is not supposed to generate output for any outpu t format. - NOPRT if the node is not supposed to generate output for any outpu t format.
The following -O argument is accepted:
noval Skip validation and show the unvalidated syntax tree. This can hel
p to find out whether a given
behaviour is caused by the parser or by the validator. Meta data i
s not available in this case.
ENVIRONMENT ENVIRONMENT
MANPAGER Any non-empty value of the environment variable MANPAGER will be used instead of the standard MANPAGER Any non-empty value of the environment variable MANPAGER will be used instead of the standard
pagination program, more(1). pagination program, more(1).
PAGER Specifies the pagination program to use when MANPAGER is not defi ned. If neither PAGER nor MAN- PAGER Specifies the pagination program to use when MANPAGER is not defi ned. If neither PAGER nor MAN-
PAGER is defined, more(1) -s will be used. PAGER is defined, more(1) -s will be used.
EXIT STATUS EXIT STATUS
The mandoc utility exits with one of the following values, controlled by th e message level associated with The mandoc utility exits with one of the following values, controlled by th e message level associated with
the -W option: the -W option:
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