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From:
coral
Date:
December 29, 2001 03:13
Subject:
[PATCH] Pod whitespace cleanup, round 0.
Message ID:
200112290058.fBT0wMD26750@eekeek.org
diff -ur perl-clean/pod/perl561delta.pod perl-current/pod/perl561delta.pod
--- perl-clean/pod/perl561delta.pod	Thu Dec  6 17:25:42 2001
+++ perl-current/pod/perl561delta.pod	Fri Dec 28 19:52:07 2001
@@ -601,7 +601,7 @@
 
 Unless specifically qualified otherwise, the remainder of this document
 covers changes between the 5.005 and 5.6.0 releases.
- 
+
 =head1 Core Enhancements
 
 =head2 Interpreter cloning, threads, and concurrency
diff -ur perl-clean/pod/perl572delta.pod perl-current/pod/perl572delta.pod
--- perl-clean/pod/perl572delta.pod	Fri Nov 16 08:18:34 2001
+++ perl-current/pod/perl572delta.pod	Fri Dec 28 19:38:55 2001
@@ -706,7 +706,7 @@
 Here are the known failures from some compiler/platform combinations.
 
 DEC C V5.3-006 on OpenVMS VAX V6.2
- 
+
   [-.ext.list.util.t]tainted..............FAILED on test 3
   [-.ext.posix]sigaction..................FAILED on test 7
   [-.ext.time.hires]hires.................FAILED on test 14
diff -ur perl-clean/pod/perlapi.pod perl-current/pod/perlapi.pod
--- perl-clean/pod/perlapi.pod	Tue Dec 25 12:00:47 2001
+++ perl-current/pod/perlapi.pod	Fri Dec 28 19:41:01 2001
@@ -1593,9 +1593,9 @@
 
 Returns a pointer to the next character after the parsed
 vstring, as well as updating the passed in sv.
- *
+
 Function must be called like
- 	
+
         sv = NEWSV(92,5);
 	s = new_vstring(s,sv);
 
diff -ur perl-clean/pod/perldelta.pod perl-current/pod/perldelta.pod
--- perl-clean/pod/perldelta.pod	Fri Dec 14 12:14:27 2001
+++ perl-current/pod/perldelta.pod	Fri Dec 28 19:41:34 2001
@@ -2493,9 +2493,9 @@
 =head2 VMS
 
 There is one known test failure with a default configuration:
- 
+
   [.run]switches..........................FAILED on test 1
-  
+
 =head2 Win32
 
 In multi-CPU boxes there are some problems with the I/O buffering:
diff -ur perl-clean/pod/perlfaq4.pod perl-current/pod/perlfaq4.pod
--- perl-clean/pod/perlfaq4.pod	Sat Dec  8 13:48:33 2001
+++ perl-current/pod/perlfaq4.pod	Fri Dec 28 19:42:55 2001
@@ -142,7 +142,7 @@
 
     $int = 0xDEADBEEF;
     $dec = sprintf("%d", $int);
- 
+
 Using the hex function:
 
     $int = hex("DEADBEEF");
diff -ur perl-clean/pod/perlfaq6.pod perl-current/pod/perlfaq6.pod
--- perl-clean/pod/perlfaq6.pod	Sat Dec  8 13:48:33 2001
+++ perl-current/pod/perlfaq6.pod	Fri Dec 28 19:43:24 2001
@@ -218,10 +218,10 @@
   sub preserve_case {
     my ($from, $to) = @_;
     my ($lf, $lt) = map length, @_;
-    
+
     if ($lt < $lf) { $from = substr $from, 0, $lt }
     else { $from .= substr $to, $lf }
-    
+
     return uc $to | ($from ^ uc $from);
   }
 
diff -ur perl-clean/pod/perlfaq7.pod perl-current/pod/perlfaq7.pod
--- perl-clean/pod/perlfaq7.pod	Fri Nov  9 09:43:28 2001
+++ perl-current/pod/perlfaq7.pod	Fri Dec 28 19:44:16 2001
@@ -170,7 +170,7 @@
 The C<h2xs> program will create stubs for all the important stuff for you:
 
   % h2xs -XA -n My::Module
-  
+
 The C<-X> switch tells C<h2xs> that you are not using C<XS> extension
 code.  The C<-A> switch tells C<h2xs> that you are not using the
 AutoLoader, and the C<-n> switch specifies the name of the module.
diff -ur perl-clean/pod/perlfunc.pod perl-current/pod/perlfunc.pod
--- perl-clean/pod/perlfunc.pod	Thu Dec 27 10:02:26 2001
+++ perl-current/pod/perlfunc.pod	Fri Dec 28 19:44:41 2001
@@ -2752,7 +2752,7 @@
 You may use the three-argument form of open to specify
 I<I/O disciplines> that affect how the input and output
 are processed: see L</binmode> and L<open>.  For example
-  
+
   open(FH, "<:utf8", "file")
 
 will open the UTF-8 encoded file containing Unicode characters,
diff -ur perl-clean/pod/perlpacktut.pod perl-current/pod/perlpacktut.pod
--- perl-clean/pod/perlpacktut.pod	Sun Dec  2 14:44:59 2001
+++ perl-current/pod/perlpacktut.pod	Fri Dec 28 19:45:15 2001
@@ -109,7 +109,7 @@
 as horribly unfriendly.
 
 Or maybe we could use regular expressions:
-    
+
     while (<>) { 
         my($date, $desc, $income, $expend) = 
             m|(\d\d/\d\d/\d{4}) (.{27}) (.{7})(.*)|;
@@ -661,7 +661,7 @@
 
    # pack a message
    my $msg = pack( 'Z*Z*CA*C', $src, $dst, length( $sm ), $sm, $prio );
-   
+
    # unpack fails - $prio remains undefined!
    ( $src, $dst, $len, $sm, $prio ) = unpack( 'Z*Z*CA*C', $msg );
 
diff -ur perl-clean/pod/perlunicode.pod perl-current/pod/perlunicode.pod
--- perl-clean/pod/perlunicode.pod	Wed Dec 19 00:42:37 2001
+++ perl-current/pod/perlunicode.pod	Fri Dec 28 19:46:11 2001
@@ -644,7 +644,7 @@
         [ 9] see UTR#13 Unicode Newline Guidelines
         [10] should do ^ and $ also on \x{85}, \x{2028} and \x{2029})
              (should also affect <>, $., and script line numbers)
-  
+
 (*) You can mimic class subtraction using lookahead.
 For example, what TR18 might write as
 
diff -ur perl-clean/pod/perlxs.pod perl-current/pod/perlxs.pod
--- perl-clean/pod/perlxs.pod	Thu Nov 15 19:22:39 2001
+++ perl-current/pod/perlxs.pod	Fri Dec 28 19:46:27 2001
@@ -1722,20 +1722,20 @@
     #include "EXTERN.h"
     #include "perl.h"
     #include "XSUB.h"
- 
+
     /* Global Data */
- 
+
     #define MY_CXT_KEY "BlindMice::_guts" XS_VERSION
- 
+
     typedef struct {
         int count;
         char name[3][100];
     } my_cxt_t;
- 
+
     START_MY_CXT
- 
+
     MODULE = BlindMice           PACKAGE = BlindMice
- 
+
     BOOT:
     {
         MY_CXT_INIT;
diff -ur perl-clean/util.c perl-current/util.c
--- perl-clean/util.c	Wed Dec 26 15:16:35 2001
+++ perl-current/util.c	Fri Dec 28 19:41:08 2001
@@ -3919,9 +3919,9 @@
 
 Returns a pointer to the next character after the parsed
 vstring, as well as updating the passed in sv.
- *
+
 Function must be called like
- 	
+
         sv = NEWSV(92,5);
 	s = new_vstring(s,sv);
 

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