PRs for manpage 'cron(8)'
This is an experimental report containing PRs for manpage 'cron(8)' as of Sat Mar 8 07:36:31 2014 UTC. See notes.
PRs for manpage 'cron(8)':
|o||2013/01/02||bin/174905||[patch] make cron(8) honor rfc821, rfc5321, rfc2076, rfc3834|
|o||2009/11/05||bin/140304||[patch] add MAILFROM ability to cron(8)|
|o||2009/02/18||bin/131853||cron(8): please add support for CRON_TZ and CRON_WITHIN|
|o||2008/01/10||bin/119524||cron(8) suddenly stops working, not crash|
|o||2006/10/25||bin/104809||cron(8): incorrect cron behavior with mday field = "*/N"|
|o||2006/05/08||bin/97002||[patch] cron(8) fails quietly if /usr/sbin/sendmail is missing|
|o||2001/01/20||bin/24485||[patch] to make cron(8) handle clock jumps|
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