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Bug#418923: marked as forwarded (Manpage: copy-dirlinks is -k, not -K)

Subject: Bug#418923: marked as forwarded Manpage: copy-dirlinks is -k, not -K
From: Debian Bug Tracking System
Date: Thu, 12 Apr 2007 19:45:08 +0000
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has caused the Debian Bug report #418923,
regarding Manpage:  copy-dirlinks is -k, not -K
to be marked as having been forwarded to the upstream software
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Subject: error on --copy-dirlinks shortform in manpage
From: Paul Slootman
Date: Thu, 12 Apr 2007 21:35:32 +0200
Hi,

A minor bug in the manpage was noticed by a Debian user...
(Please keep the [email protected] in the Cc list in
replies.)

diff -u -r1.399 rsync.yo
--- rsync.yo    23 Jan 2007 15:34:43 -0000      1.399
+++ rsync.yo    12 Apr 2007 19:30:17 -0000
@@ -724,7 +724,7 @@
 also ignored. Using this option in conjunction with bf(--relative) may
 give unexpected results.
 
-dit(bf(-K, --copy-dirlinks)) This option causes the sending side to treat
+dit(bf(-k, --copy-dirlinks)) This option causes the sending side to treat
 a symlink to a directory as though it were a real directory.  This is
 useful if you don't want symlinks to non-directories to be affected, as
 they would be using bf(--copy-links).

Capital -K is for --keep-dirlinks.


Paul Slootman

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