Changeset 125368


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Timestamp:
Sep 14, 2014, 8:07:47 PM (5 years ago)
Author:
cal@…
Message:

base: doc: re-generate roff from asciidoc source

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trunk/base/doc
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  • trunk/base/doc/port-dependents.1

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    2 .TH "PORT\-DEPENDENTS" "1" "2014\-08\-16" "MacPorts 2\&.3\&.99" "MacPorts Manual"
     2.TH "PORT\-DEPENDENTS" "1" "2014\-09\-14" "MacPorts 2\&.3\&.99" "MacPorts Manual"
    33.\" -----------------------------------------------------------------
    44.\" * Define some portability stuff
     
    5353\fBport rdependents\fR will print a tree of installed ports that depend on the given port\&.
    5454.sp
    55 The dependency relations printed by \fBport dependents\fR and \fBport rdependents\fR are the same that are used to determine if a port can be safely uninstalled\&. Ports that still have dependents installed cannot be uninstalled without either the \fB\-\-follow\-dependents\fR or the \fB\-f\fR flag\&. See \fBport-uninstall\fR(1) for more details\&.
     55The dependency relations printed by \fBport dependents\fR and \fBport rdependents\fR are the same that are used to determine if a port can be safely uninstalled\&. Ports that still have dependents installed cannot be safely uninstalled without possibly breaking their dependents\&. All dependents can be removed at the same time using the \fB\-\-follow\-dependents\fR flag\&. The check can be ignored using the \fB\-f\fR flag\&. See \fBport-uninstall\fR(1) for more details\&.
    5656.SH "DEPENDENCY RELATIONS"
    5757.sp
  • trunk/base/doc/port-lint.1

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    2 .TH "PORT\-LINT" "1" "2014\-08\-16" "MacPorts 2\&.3\&.99" "MacPorts Manual"
     2.TH "PORT\-LINT" "1" "2014\-09\-14" "MacPorts 2\&.3\&.99" "MacPorts Manual"
    33.\" -----------------------------------------------------------------
    44.\" * Define some portability stuff
     
    104104\fB\-q\fR
    105105.RS 4
    106 Supress the header line, warning and error count; only print warnings and errors, if any\&.
     106Suppress the header line, warning and error count; only print warnings and errors, if any\&.
    107107.RE
    108108.SH "SEE ALSO"
  • trunk/base/doc/port-load.1

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    2 .TH "PORT\-LOAD" "1" "2014\-08\-24" "MacPorts 2\&.3\&.99" "MacPorts Manual"
     2.TH "PORT\-LOAD" "1" "2014\-09\-14" "MacPorts 2\&.3\&.99" "MacPorts Manual"
    33.\" -----------------------------------------------------------------
    44.\" * Define some portability stuff
     
    3333.sp
    3434The daemon functionality is provided by installing a \fBlaunchd\fR(8) configuration file (see \fBlaunchd.conf\fR(5)) and calling \fBlaunchctl\fR(1) on your behalf\&. \fBport load\fR advises launchd to start the daemon defined by a port\(cqs configuration file, also called a \(lqstartup item\(rq\&. Once loaded, launchd will preserve this state \- even across reboots \- until the daemon is unloaded using \fBport unload\fR\&. If you want to restart a daemon, you can use \fBport reload\fR, which is a convenience wrapper around \fBport unload\fR followed by a short delay and \fBport load\fR\&.
    35 .sp
    36 In theory, MacPorts supports generating startup items for older releases of OS X\&. In practice, these commands can not deal with pre\-launchd interfaces and will fail on these systems\&.
    3735.SH "GLOBAL OPTIONS"
    3836.sp
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