PRs for manpage 'lpr(1)'
This is an experimental report containing PRs for manpage 'lpr(1)' as of Mon Mar 10 07:37:44 2014 UTC. See notes.
PRs for manpage 'lpr(1)':
|o||2006/07/07||bin/99896||gad||[patch] lpr(1): lpr -r flag has no effect|
|o||2000/09/03||bin/21008||gad||lpr(1) Fix for lpr's handling of lots of jobs in a queue|
|o||1997/11/13||bin/5031||gad||lpr(1) does not remove original file if -s is used|
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