Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 83614
Korean man man-page has a trivial format error
Last modified: 2007-04-18 12:50:45 EDT
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Description of problem:
I've found a trivial format error in Korean man.1.gz
while I'm testing Korean manual environment.
$ zcat /usr/share/man/ko/man1/man.1.gz | nroff -Tnippon -mandoc > /dev/null
<standard input>:226: a magic token is not allowed in a name
There is a string '.../dk/man1/foo.1' in the man page, but
. in line head has special meaning in man page format.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1.zcat /usr/share/man/ko/man1/man.1.gz | nroff -Tnippon -mandoc > /dev/null
Actual Results: '.' is at line head
Expected Results: '.' should not be at line head.
Created attachment 89892 [details]
Created attachment 89914 [details]
zcat /usr/share/man/ko/man1/man.1.gz | nroff -Tnippon -mandoc |JLESSCHAR=ko less output
It is the output of :
$ zcat /usr/share/man/ko/man1/man.1.gz | nroff -Tnippon -mandoc |JLESSCHAR=ko
It shows Korean but there are red circled place that are wrong
Created attachment 89915 [details]
less of man.1 page
I have gunziped man.1.gz and try to read it with less and now it didn't work...
Thanks to Nakai, with all the patches for less and groff it seems it is working
I still see the magic keys...
Nakai san any suggestion what I should do?