Debian's lintian tool finds some problems in strings, documentation and the man page.
Created attachment 47929 [details] [review]
[PATCH 1/2] Fix spelling/grammatical mistakes detected by Debian's lintian(1)
Created attachment 47930 [details] [review]
[PATCH 2/2] man pages: replace all unescaped hyphen/minus characters with \-
In a man page, "-" officially means a typographical (Unicode) hyphen,
which frequently breaks the ability to copy and paste code examples from
a man page. "\-" means the ASCII hyphen/minus character. See
Rather than trying to distinguish between hyphens, em-dashes and
hyphen/minus, I just replaced all ambiguous hyphens with \- by applying
this vim command repeatedly until it didn't find anything:
Looks good to me.
(BTW, I really see no need for a review procedure for this kind of change. Reviewing this is a waste of time)
(In reply to comment #3)
> Looks good to me.
Thanks, this was fixed in 1.5.6.