Description of problem:
Many commands are omitted from the nash manual entry. It would be nice if one
could read the documentation rather than having to read the source code to
discover what nash can do.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. man nash
The following commands are not documented:
There are some documented commands.
All nash commands should be documented, so that people can easily use them in
custom init scripts!
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nash really isn't intended to be used by end-users and at this point is very deprecated. Adding documentation of more things to do with it is just more likely to end up causing problems when we remove it in Fedora 12