> Yes - the page Brian quoted was from a 3.1 Beta doc. I also hate man
> pages which aren't updated in sync with the software. I like having
> the freedom to read the source - I don't particularly like HAVING to
> read the source to use the program.
The bit I don't like: the bash sources STILL aren't available via CVS
(that I could find), so I had to download the tar ball for the release,
untar it, and find where the man page is kept to see if it'd been
update. My other bit: SuSE 10 is still running bash 3.0, but could
upgrade to 3.1 I think.
>> A double‐quoted string preceded by a dollar sign ($) will
>> cause the
>> string to be translated according to the current locale. If
>> the cur‐
>> rent locale is C or POSIX, the dollar sign is ignored. If the
>> is translated and replaced, the replacement is double‐quoted.
>> Interesting C & P there Brendan.
The result of
nroff -man bash.1 | less
and then a copy & paste from KDE's konsole and into a Thunderbird
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