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- May 9 2014, 11:04 PM (192 w, 6 d)
Mon, Jan 15
What makes . and .. more bogus that ...? The PR says, bug the comment does not. The comment should say something about preventing unintended default home directories that are too encompassing. But . and .. aren't the only special directories. What about .zfs, .snap, and .sujournal? And if /home is mounted over NFS, then there may be other special files as well. For example, Netapp creates a .snapshot directory.
Fri, Jan 12
Thu, Jan 11
Wed, Jan 10
In that case, @mat, would you like me to commit the part to devel/subversion (so it can be used with base), but not the part to svnadmin?
Other than the descriptions, it all LGTM.
Tue, Jan 9
@mat is this fine by you?
Mon, Jan 8
Sun, Jan 7
@mav this is the first GEOM class that needs to be changed in order to fix physpath handling, as we discussed. The tests for every other GEOM class will depend on this.
@ngie provided feedback outside of Phabricator.
Sun, Dec 31
Fri, Dec 29
Thu, Dec 28
Add missing cleanup step
Tue, Dec 26
Fri, Dec 22
Someone pointed out on the mailing list that if I modify man(1), I should also modify every other command with a builtin pager. I'll do that.
Thu, Dec 21
@brd this enhancement should allow us to replace all of the SAS phy stuff in the ZFS test suite. After that, the test suite won't require a SAS expander, or even physical hardware. It should be able to run in a VM.
Dec 20 2017
Closing this revision because @jhb committed the same information in r51149.
Then should we remove the extraneous (<revnumber>rXXXXXX</revnumber>) bits from versions 1200039, 1200040, 1200041, 1200042, 1200043, 1200044, 1200046, 1200048, 1200049, 1200052, 1200053, and 1200054? All of those revisions put the same renumber in both the Revision and Release fields.
Dec 19 2017
Are there any changes you want, @mat ?
Dec 18 2017
Dec 15 2017
LGTM. Note that @ngie wrote a macro to do just this for ATF C tests. It's in tests/freebsd_test_suite/macros.h. But I don't think she ever wrote an sh version.
Dec 14 2017
@deischen less doesn't colorize by default, and it doesn't clear the screen when you're done. I believe that Linux's screen-clearing behavior is due to the terminal, not the pager.
It's really weird that POSIX requires applications themselves to define mymsg and semun. But I guess that's the way it is...
Dec 13 2017
Good point, @theraven . Which other programs' default pagers should match man's? I count apropos, ftp, mail, makewhatis, mandoc, msgs, ntpq, ntp-keygen, ntpd, ntpdc, sntp, freebsd-update, and mergemaster . Am I leaving any out?
Dec 12 2017
Yes, I'll put an entry in UPDATING and in the release notes, too.
From a quick test with BHyve's virtual serial port, less and more seem pretty much the same. The usual differences apply of course, but scrolling up and down and searching work the same with both pagers.
Good question, @theraven . I'm not aware of any comprehensive list of differences. The only way to know for sure is grep less_is_more contrib/less/*
Dec 11 2017
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Dec 6 2017
@mckusick what do you think I should do on 32-bit architectures for directories with > 2 billion files? telldir(3) can't return an error, so my choices are basically to assert() or to return a bogus value that won't work with seekdir().