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From:
Robin Barker
Date:
March 19, 2001 10:02
Subject:
[PATCH perl-5.6.1-TRIAL3/README.vmesa] bad =item paragraphs
Message ID:
200103191801.SAA01072@tempest.npl.co.uk
This patches fixes some strangely formatted =item paragraphs in README.vmesa

Robin 

--- README.vmesa.orig	Fri Feb 23 02:57:53 2001
+++ README.vmesa	Mon Mar 19 18:55:05 2001
@@ -56,16 +56,18 @@
 this port does support dynamic loading but it's not had much testing
 
 =item *
-	- Don't turn on the compiler optimization flag "-O".  There's
-	  a bug in the compiler (APAR PQ18812) that generates some bad code
-	  the optimizer is on.
+	
+Don't turn on the compiler optimization flag "-O".  There's
+a bug in the compiler (APAR PQ18812) that generates some bad code
+the optimizer is on.
 
 =item *
-	- As VM/ESA doesn't fully support the fork() API programs relying on
-	  this call will not work. I've replaced fork()/exec() with spawn()
-	  and the standalone exec() with spawn(). This has a side effect when
-	  opening unnamed pipes in a shell script: there is no child process
-	  generated under.
+	
+As VM/ESA doesn't fully support the fork() API programs relying on
+this call will not work. I've replaced fork()/exec() with spawn()
+and the standalone exec() with spawn(). This has a side effect when
+opening unnamed pipes in a shell script: there is no child process
+generated under.
 
 =item *
 

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