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Revision 1.7 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Fri Aug 17 10:16:55 2018 UTC (2 days, 16 hours ago) by jperkin
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mandoc: Fix MANDIR.
Revision 1.6 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Thu Aug 16 13:55:35 2018 UTC (3 days, 13 hours ago) by wiz
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mandoc: incorporate some comments from Ingo autodetection should work well enough, remove two manual overrides improve COMMENT
Revision 1.5 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Wed Aug 15 04:09:18 2018 UTC (4 days, 23 hours ago) by wiz
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mandoc: remove two unnecessary configure overrides From maintainer Ingo Schwarze.
Revision 1.4 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Tue Aug 14 09:21:52 2018 UTC (5 days, 17 hours ago) by wiz
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mandoc: update to 1.14.4. Changes in version 1.14.4, released on August 8, 2018 --- MAJOR NEW FEATURES --- * In ASCII output, render mathematical symbols and greek letters as transliterations conveying the characters' meanings rather than trying to imitate their shape. Consequently, such characters can now be used in portable manual pages. All the same, please limit their use to contexts where they really matter, for example when showing complicated mathematical formulae. * First steps towards better support for small screens in HTML output (responsive design): avoid most style= attributes, in particular all hard-coded indentations and column widths, and provide a better mandoc.css style sheet with a @media query, using em units throughout, and avoiding redundancy in selectors. * Better HTML output with some more fitting HTML elements, eliminating needless class= attributes, and avoiding various HTML syntax errors (element nesting, URL-fragment syntax, duplicate id= attributes). --- MINOR NEW FEATURES --- * When a man(1) argument contains a slash, imply -l like in man-db. * Use TIOCGWINSZ to reduce the default -Owidth and -Oindent during interactive use on terminals narrower than 79 columns. * Generated PostScript files are now more than 50% smaller. * Terminal rendering of eqn(7) is improved in several respects. * Simplified and nicer output from the mdoc(7) .Lk macro, formatting all links in-line, even long ones. * roff(7) \n+ and \n- numerical register auto-increment and -decrement * roff(7) .nr optional third argument (auto-increment step size) * Autodetect in ./configure whether the compiler can use -W and -static, allowing to build on Solaris 10 and 11 without any configure.local. --- RELIABILITY BUGFIXES --- * Only activate UTF-8 output when the user really selected UTF-8, not some other multibyte character encoding. * Prevent excessive .ll arguments from generating infinite output. * Fix out of bounds accesses to parse buffers that could happen when using renamed or user defined macros after roff(7) conditionals. * Avoid an assertion failure in certain .Bl -column lists. * Avoid a NULL pointer access on deroff() failure after '.SS ""'. * Fix a segfault that could be triggered by two invalid .Dt macros. * Fix two syntax errors in generated PDF files. * Properly state the page size in generated PostScript files. * Close a memory leak caused by missing gzclose(3). * Fix misformatting of man(7) documents lacking .SH macros in PostScript and PDF output. * And many minor bugfixes. --- THANKS TO --- * Marc Espie (OpenBSD) for implementing the size reduction of PostScript files, one additional patch for code simplification, and two bug reports. * Theo Buehler (OpenBSD) for a bugfix patch, and Theo de Raadt (OpenBSD) for checking it. * John Gardner for more than a dozen suggestions regarding HTML output. * Mike Williams for teaching me how to use %%DocumentMedia and setpagedevice in PostScript files. * Werner Lemberg (groff) for feedback on mdoc(7) language changes. * Colin Watson (man-db) for feedback on man-db semantics. * Jason McIntyre (OpenBSD) for lots of feedback and suggestions on diagnostic messages and on the documentation. * Thomas Klausner (NetBSD) for suggesting two new style messages and one new feature, for two bug reports, and for release testing. * Leah Neukirchen (Void Linux) for suggesting a new style message, five bug reports, and release testing. * Anthony Bentley (OpenBSD) for reporting multiple bugs and missing features. * Paul Irofti (OpenBSD) and Nate Bargmann for suggesting new features. * Michael Stapelberg (Debian) for bug reports and release testing. * Christian Weisgerber, Jonathan Gray, Stuart Henderson, Ted Unangst (OpenBSD), Takeshi Nakayama (NetBSD), Anton Lazarov, Jakub Klinkovsky, Jan Stary, Jesper Wallin, Will Backmam, and Wolfgang Mueller for bug reports. * Sevan Janiyan (NetBSD) for additions to lib.in. * George Brown for suggesting code simplifications. * David Coppa, Igor Sobrado (OpenBSD), and Alexander Kuleshov for documentation improvements. * Laura Morales and Raf Czlonka for questions resulting in better documentation. * Yuri Pankov (illumos) for release testing.
Revision 1.3 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Thu Apr 5 09:20:52 2018 UTC (4 months, 2 weeks ago) by wiz
CVS Tags: pkgsrc-2018Q2-base, pkgsrc-2018Q2
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mandoc: pull in some upstream fixes/improvements. * warn about '--' in man page and suggest '\(em' instead * fix handling of Dq/Do/Dc when converting mdoc to man Bump PKGREVISION.
Revision 1.2 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Sat Aug 12 11:23:52 2017 UTC (12 months, 1 week ago) by wiz
CVS Tags: pkgsrc-2018Q1-base, pkgsrc-2018Q1, pkgsrc-2017Q4-base, pkgsrc-2017Q4, pkgsrc-2017Q3-base, pkgsrc-2017Q3, pkgsrc-
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Updated mandoc to 1.14.3. Changes in version 1.14.3, released on August 5, 2017 --- BUG FIXES --- * man(7): Do not crash with out-of-bounds read access to a constant array if .sp or a blank line immediately precedes .SS or .SH. * mdoc(7): Do not crash with out-of-bounds read access to a constant array if .sp or a blank line precede the first .Sh macro. * tbl(7): Ignore explicitly specified negative column widths rather than wrapping around to huge numbers and risking memory exhaustion. * man(1): No longer use names that only occur in the SYNOPSIS section. Gets rid of some surprising behaviour and bogus warnings. --- THANKS TO --- Leah Neukirchen (Void Linux), Markus Waldeck (Debian), Peter Bui (nd.edu), and Yuri Pankov (illumos) for bug reports.
Revision 1.1 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Tue Aug 1 15:06:24 2017 UTC (12 months, 2 weeks ago) by wiz
Import mandoc-1.14.2 as textproc/mandoc. The mandoc manual page parser and formatter contains: * complete validating parsers for the mdoc and man languages * a slightly incomplete parser handling most of the tbl language * a very incomplete parser handling a part of the eqn language * support for a few selected roff requests that often occur in manuals * complete ASCII, UTF8, HTML and XHTML text output formatters * simple PostScript and PDF output formatters * output formatters producing indented mdoc and man parse trees To format manuals for console display, it can be used as a smaller and faster drop-in replacement for nroff -mandoc. Some rare manuals using lots of uncommon low-level roff requests may not work with mandoc but require a full roff implementation. Changes to mdocml-1.14.1: Changes in version 1.14.2, released on July 28, 2017 --- MAJOR NEW FEATURES --- * New mdoc(7) -Tmarkdown output mode. * For -Thtml, implement internal hyperlinks pointing to authoritative definitions of various syntax elements, similar to the ctags(1)-like less(1) :t internal searching in terminal mode. * Provide a superset of the functionality of the former mdoclint(1) utility and a new -Wstyle message level with several new messages, including validity checking of .Xr cross references. * tbl(7): Implement automatic line breaking inside individual table cells, and several other formatting improvements. * eqn(7): Complete rewrite of the lexer, resulting in several bugfixes. * Continue parser unification, in particular allowing generation of syntax tree nodes on the roff(7) level, allowing implementation of many additional roff requests. --- REMOVED FUNCTIONALITY --- * Delete the manpage(1) utility. It was never enabled in any release. * Delete the -Txhtml command line option. It has been an obsolete alias for the -Thtml output mode for more than two years. --- MINOR NEW FEATURES --- * -Tlint now puts parser messages on stdout instead of stderr, making commands like "man -l -Tlint *.1" useful. * mdoc(7): Various .Lk formatting improvements. * mdoc(7) -Thtml: Better CSS for .Bl lists. * man(7): Implement the .MT/.ME block macro (mailto hyperlink). * man(7): Implement the .DT macro (restore default tab positions). * man(7): Improved support for manuals generated with reStructuredText by partial support for the \n[an-margin] number register. * man(7) -Thtml: Support deep linking to .SH and .SS headers. * tbl(7): Implement the "allbox" table option. * tbl(7): Implement the column spacing and the 'w' (minimum column width) layout modifiers. * tbl(7): Significant improvements of the manual page. * eqn(7): Much improved font selection, including recognition of well-known function names, and a few other formatting improvements. * eqn(7) -Thtml: Use <mn> and <mo> in addition to <mi>. * roff(7): Implement the .ce (centering), .mc (margin character), .rj (right justify), .ta (define tab stops), .ti (temporary indent), .als (macro alias), .ec and .eo (escape character control), .po (page offset), and .rn (macro rename) requests. * roff(7) .am: Implement appending to mdoc(7) and man(7) macros. * roff(7): implement the \h (horizontol motion), \l (horizontal line drawing), and \p (break output line) escape sequences, and also several additional character escape sequences. * roff(7): Implement the 'd' conditional (macro or string defined). * man.cgi(8) now uses pledge(2), too. * regress.pl(1): simpler user interface, better summary output, simpler code, and no more recursion. --- THANKS TO --- * Anthony Bentley (OpenBSD) for the implementation of .MT/.ME, reports of many bugs and missing features, and suggestions for a number of feature and documentation improvements. * Sebastien Marie (OpenBSD) for two source code patches and for some useful discussions. * Florian Obser (OpenBSD) for a bugfix patch and a bug report. * Jonathan Gray (OpenBSD) for several bug reports from afl(1) and several more from static analysis tools. * Theo Buehler (OpenBSD) for several bug reports, most from afl(1). * Jason McIntyre (OpenBSD) for many useful discussions about a wide variety of topics, lots of continuous testing, a number of bug reports, and some suggestions for messages and documentation. * Thomas Klausner (NetBSD) for lots of help while migrating mdoclint(1) functionality to mandoc -Tlint, for suggesting several useful new messages, and for release testing. * Reyk Floeter (OpenBSD) and Vsevolod Stakhov (FreeBSD) for suggesting a markdown output mode. * Thomas Guettler for suggesting -Thtml internal hyperlinks. * Yuri Pankov (Illumos) for inspiring new warning messages and for extensive release testing. * Anton Lindqvist and TJ Townsend (both OpenBSD) and Jan Stary for multiple bug reports. * Leah Neukirchen (Void Linux) for bug reports and release testing. * Michael Stapelberg (Debian) for suggesting feature improvements and for release testing. * Martin Natano and Theo de Raadt (both OpenBSD), Andreas Voegele, Gabriel Guzman, Gonzalo Tornaria, Markus Waldeck, and Raf Czlonka for bug reports. * Antoine Jacoutot (OpenBSD) and Steffen Nurpmeso for suggesting feature improvements. * Dag-Erling Smoergrav (FreeBSD) for inspiring new warning messages. * Ted Unangst and Marc Espie (OpenBSD) for providing useful ideas. * Svyatoslav Mishyn (Crux Linux) for release testing. * Carsten Kunze (Heirloom roff) for help keeping mandoc and groff compatible and for committing some of my patches to groff.
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