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Tiny fixes to cvs manpage



* make it fit into 80 columns by removing gratitious "example %"
  substrings.
* indent and highlight .cvsrc example just like other examples.
* "cvs diff" ).  =>  "cvs diff").
* match quotation marks.

Index: gnu/usr.bin/cvs/man/cvs.1
===================================================================
RCS file: /cvs/src/gnu/usr.bin/cvs/man/cvs.1,v
retrieving revision 1.8
diff -u -p -r1.8 cvs.1
--- gnu/usr.bin/cvs/man/cvs.1	2003/12/18 06:17:49	1.8
+++ gnu/usr.bin/cvs/man/cvs.1	2006/02/27 23:50:07
@@ -286,7 +286,13 @@ The
 file lists CVS commands with a list of arguments, one command per
 line.  For example, the following line in \fI.cvsrc\fP:
 .SP
+.in +1i
+.ft B
+.nf
 diff \-c
+.fi
+.ft P
+.in -1i
 .SP
 will mean that the
 .` "cvs diff"
@@ -294,8 +300,7 @@ command will always be passed the \-c op
 other options that are specified in the command line (in this case
 it will have the effect of producing context sensitive diffs for
 all executions of
-.` "cvs diff"
-).
+.` "cvs diff").
 .SH "CVS COMMAND SUMMARY"
 Here are brief descriptions of all the
 .B cvs
@@ -686,9 +691,9 @@ of the sources.  You can do the followin
 .in +1i
 .ft B
 .nf
-example% mkdir new_directory
-example% cvs add new_directory
-example% cvs update new_directory
+mkdir new_directory
+cvs add new_directory
+cvs update new_directory
 .fi
 .ft P
 .in -1i
@@ -700,7 +705,7 @@ might be:
 .in +1i
 .ft B
 .nf
-example% cvs update -d new_directory
+cvs update -d new_directory
 .fi
 .ft P
 .in -1i
@@ -890,7 +895,7 @@ just imported sources that have conflict
 .in +1i
 .ft B
 .nf
-example% cvs checkout -jTAG:yesterday -jTAG module
+cvs checkout -jTAG:yesterday -jTAG module
 .fi
 .ft P
 .in -1i
@@ -988,7 +993,7 @@ revision ``3.0'' (including those that h
 .in +1i
 .ft B
 .nf
-example% cvs commit -r3.0
+cvs commit -r3.0
 .fi
 .ft P
 .in -1i
@@ -1020,11 +1025,11 @@ might do:
 .in +1i
 .ft B
 .nf
-example% cvs rtag -b -rFCS1_2 FCS1_2_Patch product_module
-example% cvs checkout -rFCS1_2_Patch product_module
-example% cd product_module
+cvs rtag -b -rFCS1_2 FCS1_2_Patch product_module
+cvs checkout -rFCS1_2_Patch product_module
+cd product_module
 [[ hack away ]]
-example% cvs commit
+cvs commit
 .fi
 .ft P
 .in -1i
@@ -1043,10 +1048,10 @@ The scenario might look like:
 .in +1i
 .ft B
 .nf
-example% cvs tag -b EXPR1
-example% cvs update -rEXPR1
+cvs tag -b EXPR1
+cvs update -rEXPR1
 [[ hack away ]]
-example% cvs commit
+cvs commit
 .fi
 .ft P
 .in -1i
@@ -1453,7 +1458,7 @@ Working directory.
 Working directory, history log.
 .br
 This command is meant to safely cancel the effect of
-.` "cvs checkout'.
+.` "cvs checkout".
 Since
 .B cvs
 doesn't lock files, it isn't strictly necessary to use this command.
@@ -1815,7 +1820,7 @@ revision 1.6 and I want to remove the ch
 .in +1i
 .ft B
 .nf
-example% cvs update -j1.5 -j1.3 foo.c	# note the order...
+cvs update -j1.5 -j1.3 foo.c	# note the order...
 .fi
 .ft P
 .in -1i



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