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Re: [ID 20000405.021] Pod::Man bug

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Russ Allbery
April 22, 2000 16:58
Re: [ID 20000405.021] Pod::Man bug
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Todd C Miller <> writes:

> Looks like there is still a problem.  If you use:
>     C<-u>
> Pod::Man will now output:
>     \f(CW\*(C`\-u\*(C'\fR
> which, when formatted by nroff, still has the backslash in place.
> Now granted, it makes more sense to us B<-u> (which doesn't have this
> problem), but that's not the point :-)  For a test case, the following
> suffices:

Which backslash?

windlord:~> nroff -man - | uniq

That looks exactly right to me....  Maybe your nroff is broken?

Russ Allbery (             <>

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