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PRs for manpage 'dtrace(1)'

This is an experimental report containing PRs for manpage 'dtrace(1)' as of Fri May 30 07:36:52 2014 UTC. See notes.

PRs for manpage 'dtrace(1)':
a2012/04/19bin/167103markjdtrace(1) generates core dump trying to build perl with dtrace enabled
f2012/04/13bin/166929markjdtrace(1): dtrace -c doesn't seem to like it if the subcommand doesn't call exit()
o2012/04/13bin/166921markjUse after free in dtrace(1) error handling
o2012/04/13kern/166919markj[dtrace] If dtrace(1) crashes while attached to a process, the process is left in a weird state
o2011/08/29bin/160275rstone[patch] dtrace(1): dtrace -lv causes "unknown function" warnings
5 problems total.


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