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If you go to

	/usr/share/doc/usd/20.meref

and do

	sudo make

then look at paper.ps (say in gv), on the page 2 and further,
you'll notice that each list item has some garbage after it in the form
of "\\\\h...".  The reason is groff's handling of that particular
statement in the macro defined in the paper.
Also, on page 8 groff can't handle \*[ because it is the beginning of
the string name with more than two characters for groff.

If you apply the attached patch to the source of

	/usr/src/share/doc/usd/20.meref/ref.me

the paper will look correctly, whether it's processed with groff or the
classic troff.

Please do it when you have time.
-- 
Zvezdan Petkovic <zvezdan_(_at_)_cs_(_dot_)_wm_(_dot_)_edu>
http://www.cs.wm.edu/~zvezdan/
Index: share/doc/usd/20.meref/ref.me
===================================================================
RCS file: /cvs/src/share/doc/usd/20.meref/ref.me,v
retrieving revision 1.3
diff -u -r1.3 ref.me
--- share/doc/usd/20.meref/ref.me	2003/06/02 23:30:12	1.3
+++ share/doc/usd/20.meref/ref.me	2004/03/31 19:36:35
@@ -39,7 +39,8 @@
 .di XX
 ..
 .de DE			\" *** description
-\\\\h'|\\n(DIu'\\\\c
+.ie \\n(.g \?\\\\h'|\\n(DIu'\\\\c\?
+.el \\\\h'|\\n(DIu'\\\\c
 .br
 .di
 .in +\\n(DIu
@@ -1948,7 +1949,8 @@
 .b 2 \c
 .ST ] ,
 which will produce
-.b x\*[2\*] .
+.ie \n(.g .b x\*[[]2\*] .
+.el .b x\*[2\*] .
 .TL
 .ST <
 .DE



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